BMA House is a stunning Grade II listed building located in fashionable Bloomsbury, central London. A hidden gem of grand proportions this beautiful house is available to hire for Wedding Ceremonies and Receptions.
The neo-classical Palladian design was started in 1911 by architect Sir Edwin Lutyens and has been home to the prestigious British Medical Association since 1925. The House is sited on the grounds of the former home of Charles Dickens.
BMA House boasts four exquisite rooms of varied sizes for Ceremonies and Receptions. Rooms are centred on a courtyard with fountain; the House also boasts a private garden with pond. Both outdoor locations provide a tranquil space for drinks and photographs.
Rooms comprise of the ornate Prince's room, adorned with painted gold leaf; the stunning Great Hall which provides a majestic setting for any Wedding and the Lutyens Suite boasting many Grade II listed features including Spanish mahogany panelling.
Food and drink will be an all important part of your day. Award winning caterers provide exquisite cuisine and fine wines. A dedicated wedding planner is on hand to assist with providing guidance on all elements of your reception including menus, decorations and entertainment.