Excellent location with first class food and service. Ideal for small or large reception events. Variety of choice in rooms available.
It is like a country house but in the centre of London. The food is amazing and the staff are always friendly but professional. If i was looking to host a big event or wedding i couldn't think of anywhere which is more special in London.
Very special place. Where traditions meet modern needs. Lovely halls and rooms. Unique atmosphere. We loved it.
Great place for our wedding in Sept 2018. Staff very friendly and helpful. Done everything how we wanted. Thank you so much!
A place seeped in historic value, with its portraits, wooden staircases, velvet wallpaper and beautiful chandeliers. Overall great to organise formal events.
We would like to thank Paulina, Gabor and their team for everything they did to make our wedding such a huge success. Location: it's very central and it works perfectly for our international guests. I love that it's a hidden gem. Low-key yet classy. ...
I absolutely love this place for events. The place is straight out of the Harry Potter movies. Food and drinks are good and the staff attentive and helpful. But you go here for the historic, magical setting.
We held our wedding (ceremony and reception) at Ironmongers' Hall and we had an absolutely fantastic day. The Hall is a beautiful venue with a lot of character; it has all of the convenience of a City location, with a lot of historic charm and a quintessentially...
Wonderful for special events - convenient location, amazing surroundings and terrific food. Highly recommended.
Ironmongers' Hall was a wonderful, wonderful wedding venue. We feel exactly the same as the previous review, it is a hidden gem in the city. It was a perfect place for our winter wedding - a beautiful, elegant dining room lit with candles, plus lots ...
Ironmongers' Hall really was the most perfect wedding venue for our wedding. When I was planning our wedding, we wanted to find a venue that would convince our overseas guests that the trip to the UK had been worthwhile. I must have made a list of over...