Mary Ward House is a fascinating Grade 1 listed building, and is one of the finest examples of Arts & Crafts architecture in existence.
Situated on Tavistock Place, right in the heart of Bloomsbury, London, it is only within minutes walk of each of Euston, Kings Cross and Russell Square Stations.
Designed by A. Dunbar Smith and Cecil Brewer in 1898 the building is distinctly art nouveau in style. With over 15 rooms to choose from, each with its own unique character, Mary Ward House is suitable for conferences, meetings, private parties, lectures, TV Productions, exhibitions and theatrical performances to name a few.
Their largest space; Mary Ward Hall has an impressive 7.5metre barrel-vaulted roof with Palladian windows running the full width of the frontage, flooding the Hall with natural light. The original wooden floors still contain its innovative heating system of hot water pipes under iron grills. The adjoining two rooms from the purpose built stage are ideal for staff, VIP or green rooms. With a two entrances, one with a Victorian box office, Mary Ward Hall can be used exclusively for any occasion.
They have a garden and secluded courtyard at the rear of the building, which are open during the spring and summer months, weather permitting, and are popular for refreshments as well as intimate evening receptions.
MWH can cater for numbers between 5 and 500 people. No matter the size of your event, their staff pride themselves on meeting all your needs.