Background

The award-winning Fetcham Park, also known as Surrey’s ‘best-kept secret’, is a Grade II* listed house built in around 1700. After centuries as a private home, in 1999 it became a business centre and has offered serviced offices, meeting space and private receptions to local and international businesses ever since. The house was originally designed by William Talman with murals by Louis Laguerre, whose work can also be seen at Blenheim Palace and Chatsworth, and gardens originally landscaped by the royal gardener and designer George London.

 

A table set for dinner at Fetcham Park House
A table set for an event at Fetcham Park House

Prestige and practicality

Fetcham Park’s flexibility suits many styles of occasion, from intimate dinners to large receptions. Impeccable service and impressive attention to detail combine to create a truly once-in-a-lifetime experience. No two events at Fetcham Park are ever the same. Working alongside our partner caterers, the House, with its ornate interiors and choice of inspirational spaces, is the perfect backdrop for bespoke events.

The Four Gables Award Winning Touch

If you are looking to host a family get-together or intimate private dinner, we will be delighted to talk to you about catering for your celebration at this very special venue.

Photo credit to the wonderful Eddie Judd.