If you want to know how privileged people lived in Victorian and Edwardian days enter the world of Warren House. Everyone who greets you obviously loves the house and takes pride in the impeccable service they provide … gracious style that is encountered in few places elsewhere.
The house has a fascinating history intertwined with royalty, aristocracy, immense wealth, fun, intrigue and scandal which is magnificently documented and retold in captivating style in the book Warren House Tales. With Warren House as their stage, royals, aristocrats, generals, diplomats, politicians, captains of industry and wealthy society ladies have all appeared in the spotlight, like actors in leading roles.
“There’s drama, tragedy and romance – something for everyone,” says the author V. K. L. Good.
Recognised today as one of the country’s finest meeting venues, Warren House is located inconspicuously on the borders of Richmond Park. Originally built in 1864 as a family home, from 1996 this elegant Victorian building became an award winning conference venue boasting truly unique facilities for business and pleasure set within four acres of private gardens.
Well established as the go-to destination for an immense variety of events, Warren House excels at presenting every event with an individual personality. Retaining the distinct ambience of a family home, guests are drawn to Warren House for its very contemporary approach and the level of excellent service and personal attention.
Anyone wishing to visit Warren House will be warmly welcomed.
Warren House, Warren Road
Kingston upon Thames, Surrey KT2 7HY