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It’s all lavish decoration & 18th-century grandeur at this Grade II-listed townhouse. Though you’d expect nothing less from a venue owned by & adjoining The Ritz. William Kent House was
originally designed in the 1740s by the renowned architect from whom it now takes its name. The venue was brought onto the events market by the hotel in 2006 after extensive refurbishments.
Formerly known as Wimborne House, the historic mansion has been completely restored & offers a collection of function suites. These range from fully-equipped boardrooms such as the 16-seater
Wimborne Room to the 120-capacity Music Room, all providing grand backdrops to private events.
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