With a colourful past that pre-dates the Domesday Book, Addington Palace is set in 163-acres of landscaped grounds in Surrey.
King Henry VIII courted Anne Boleyn and had a hunting lodge here before the Palace became the country retreat for six Archbishops of Canterbury. The Palace then saw generations of musicians trained here when the building housed the Royal School of Church Music.
With the added bonus of two venues onsite we are able to cater for a variety of events including Christmas Parties, Exhibitions, Gala Balls, Conferences and Weddings. As well as being ideal for Conferences, Exhibitions, Banquets and Team Building Activities, the venue is also licensed for Civil Ceremonies with excellent facilities for Wedding Receptions. Without doubt the best venue in Surrey.
Our highly skilled team of chefs specialise in European and Caribbean Cuisine. They are therefore able to compliment events with your choice of catering or create a fusion combining various tastes.
The lower ground floor of Addington Palace boasts a luxurious Health Spa and Country Club. The Club specialises in offering exclusive membership and a range of Pamper Days and spa treatments.
Type of Cuisine:
European and Caribbean - We do permit outside Caterers
Directions by car:
From Croydon to Addington Palace make your way to the top of Gravel Hill (A212) either from South Croydon via Coombe Lane or over Shirley Hills via Shirley Hills Road. Then follow the A212 down Gravel Hill for a distance of 400 metres to where a pedestrian footbridge crosses the dual carriageway by the entrance to the Palace drive. Please note that Addington Palace Golf Clubhouse is about 300 metres up to the right.
Directions by public transport:
There is a frequent train service taking just 15 minutes travel time from Victoria and London Bridge Stations to East Croydon. From the station to Addington Palace is only 6 minutes drive by taxi.
It is also 6 minutes by tram on the New Addington route from East Croydon Station to the Gravel Hill stop in front of the entrance to Addington Palace.