Porchester Hall is a Grade ll listed building. Based in the prestigious London neighbourhood of Bayswater, a short distance from Notting Hill and Paddington, it is a highly sought after wedding venue
Portland Stone and Cornish granite were used for the main structure and entrance steps of Porchester Hall with teak woodwork and bronze metalwork around the windows forming the details, which all combine to make a very striking exterior. The grand entrance to the Hall is ideal for reception drinks and guests are lead up the elegant staircase with its ornamental bronze and wrought iron banisters, striking marble walls and crystal chandelier.
Rich crimson velvet drapes adorn the hall walls which are classically panelled in English oak and walnut. Fascinating figurines and motifs support the main beams and ten magnificent crystal chandeliers hang from the fine ceiling. At one end of the hall the oak panelled stage provides a perfect setting for any band and features a fantastic art deco skylight, ornamental brass panelling and the Borough of Paddington coat of arms. To compliment this is the perfect dance floor made of sprung oak parquet which is suitable for functions large and small.