Hospitality at Blenheim Palace

blenheim-hospitalityThe Great Hall

This magnificent room stretching 67 feet up to James Thornhill’s depiction of the First Duke of Marlborough presenting his battle plans to Britannia is the principal room within the palace.

The Saloon

With the walls and ceiling lavishly painted by Louis Laguerre and a fine display of gold, silver and porcelain, the Saloon creates a feeling of intimate opulence.

The Long Library

One of the largest rooms in any private house in the country, with its west-facing windows overlooking the Water Terrace and “Capability” Brown’s parkland and lake.

The Orangery

A striking elegant room with magnificent French windows, that open out onto the Italian Garden Terrace overlooking the East Front of the Palace. The perfect location for corporate events, gala dinners, exhibitions and wedding receptions.