Somerset House, Covent Garden
Historical and iconic London venue – large interior spaces, light-wells, cobbled streets, private roads and plenty of period features in a controlled setting. Other features: balcony, city views, thames views, blank canvas spaces, period features, Georgian architecture, own courtyard, catering available. Located in Central London (The Strand), WC2R
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