Burgh House is a beautiful 18th century home hidden amongst the cobbled streets of one of London’s loveliest villages. Just steps from the breathtaking views of Hampstead Heath, it feels a world away from the bustling city beyond.

It was a beautiful family home until the 1930s, when Rudyard Kipling’s Daughter Elise and her husband Captain George Bambridge were the last to take residence. Burgh House is steeped in 300 years of history. Today its historic panelled rooms provide a unique and elegant backdrop for wedding ceremonies, civil partnerships and receptions.  Their dedicated staff guarantee the highest level of service to ensure that your day is truly memorable.

Acts that have worked well in this venue include string quartets, a piano trio, jazz pianists and a small and compact ceilidh band.



The best string quartet we possibly could've dreamed of for our big day. Guests all asked how we found them! Wish I could rewind and enjoy it all, sounds like I missed some amazing times whilst getting ready to come down :) thank you thank you thank you! You're so amazing and cool & fun & made it all so easy & drama-less!

Katherine Yazhari, wedding in Burgh House

We wanted to say a huge thank you for playing at our wedding at Burgh House. The quartet really was a highlight and we've received many comments about how fantastic you guys were. I just found out that an old school friend is also getting married at Burgh House very soon, so I immediately recommended you. Turns out she's booked you already - smart move!

Olivia and Tom's wedding in Burgh House

Just to say that the musicians were really great on Saturday night and I'm not just talking about their wonderful playing. They were absolutely the right combination and mood for our party in Burgh House and they were very patient as they had to wait for us to adjust our slipping timetable! A lot of our guests commented on them and asked me where I'd found them. Just so you know, I'm passing your details on to one of my friends who's thinking about hiring them for a work do.

Maggie Ainsworth, private party in Burgh House

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