Victorian Bath House | EC2 London
Designed by G Harold Elphick and built in 1895, the jaw-droppingly ornate Victorian Bath House lies in Bishopgate’s Churchyard. Featuring intricate Arabic motifs and mosaics, marble floored hot rooms, shampoo parlours, stained glass and gilted interiors, it was frequented by the city's gentry who left feeling relaxed and groomed to perfection. Today it is open for weddings and celebrations – if you're looking for a wedding reception venue that is completely unique and lavish in the heart of London, you may well have found it here.
Able to host up to 150 guests you can enjoy your wedding banquet within its opulent interior before stepping out into its Victorian courtyard – your private outdoor space for sunsets and late night revelry.
Expert Planners & Delicious Cuisine
Ready to make your celebration unforgettable, the Bath House’s event managers will work with you to ensure that every single detail of your wedding reception is carried out with absolute precision and care. What’s more, its in-house chefs, Alan Lucas and Caroline Gardiner, will capture the spirit of Victoriana (with a modern twist), creating the most exquisite dishes and delicacies for your big day. You can also expect proprietary cocktails and innovative drinks that will quench all thirsts.
“We love nothing more than being able to plan the perfect day for all couples.” Victoria Mayhook, Victorian Bath House
Victorian Bath House
7-8 Bishopsgate Churchyard
t: 020 3617 9944
The Victorian Bath House can host wedding receptions only of 90 people (seated) and 150 (standing).
There is no accommodation on site, but ask our travel partners, les Deux Messieurs, and they’ll source some great accommodation for you nearby.
The Bath House is not licensed for weddings, so why not book your ceremony in the Town Hall and head over to the Victorian Bath House for a slap up reception.
City of London Registry Service
Islington Town Hall
t: 020 7527 6350