Marble Hill House
Set in delightful wooded parkland with views towards the River Thames, Marble Hill House is an elegant venue for special events. It was built in the 1720s for Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk and mistress of George II and became one of the most fashionable residences of the period, where artists, authors, poets and politicians of the day frequently gathered. Today, the house retains its peaceful setting, tasteful interiors and a superb collection of paintings.
Richmond Ham House to Twickenham Marble Hill Park