£102 - £145 pp
Up to 190
171 Bedrooms
Exclusive Use
Wedding Licence
Set in 25 beautiful acres on the banks of the river Thames next to Teddington Lock, The Lensbury is the perfect location for your wedding ceremony and reception.
Pricing & Costs

(price per head)

Prices Start At
Maximum Price
Minimum Number of Guests
What is included in this pricing:
Wedding coordinator available on the day
Wine / soft drinks allowance per guest
Canapés included
Guest accommodation included
Furniture included
Couple accommodation included
Multiple course wedding breakfast
Non consumables (e.g. linen, lights etc.)
Private room(s) included (non-exclusive use)
Features & Capacity


Venue Type
Country House
Manor House
Dining Capacity
Reception Capacity
No. of Bedrooms
Bridal Suite
Standard Room
Usual Access Time
12:00 PM


Water View
Marquee Permitted
Bridal Changing Facilities
Disabled Access
On-Site Parking
In-House Wedding Coordinator

Ceremony & Reception

Church Within Walking Distance
Sound System Available
Wedding Licence
Dancefloor Available

Food and Drink

In-house Catering
Corkage Charge for Own Alcohol
Alcohol Licence
Full Description
As a venue offers everything you need including civil ceremony, wedding reception, overnight accommodation, leisure facilities, excellent service and superb food and drink. To make things easier, The Lensbury offers inclusive wedding packages to help with your budgeting and the package includes: *selected wedding reception suite *Use of the hotel grounds for your reception drinks and photographs *Floral table arrangements created by our own in house florist *Menu tasting for two guests *Overnight accommodation for the bride and groom in a superior room with a bottle of chilled champagne *A dedicated wedding co-ordinator to assist you with expert advice during the lead up to your big day *A dedicated hospitality manager to guide you through the most important day of your life The main Lensbury building was originally a sports and social club built in 1938 in the style of a gentleman’s country club with oak panelled corridors and a grand staircase. Nowadays, as a modern four star hotel, The Lensbury still retains these original features but more contemporary function suites have also been added with modern lighting décor and furnishings. Capacities range from 30-180 for a sit-down wedding breakfast. The Lensbury also offers civil ceremonies, so once your guests have arrived at the venue your whole special day is in one place. As there are 171 en-suite bedrooms, you and your guests don’t even need to go home after all the celebrations; they can just retire to their rooms for a relaxing night’s sleep and the next day, after a sumptuous breakfast, make us e of the fabulous array of leisure facilities. To make planning your wedding as stress-free and enjoyable as possible The Lensbury wedding coordinator, Ros Garry, will be on hand to guide you all the way from your initial visit to the big day itself. She is also The Lensbury’s in-house florist who will create the beautiful table centres included in the wedding package and she can also tailor-make additional

Personal Message from the Manager

Name of Wedding Contact: Ros
I am looking forward to working with you and promise I will do all that I can to make your wedding day the day you have always dreamed of.


Year Business Was Established
No. of Weddings Hosted
More than 50
Public Liability Insurance
No. of People In Team
Wedding: August
September 2022
Avoid if you want to have a stress free wedding!
We viewed the venue and were impressed by the location and the venue itself. We instantly decided to have our wedding at Lensbury resort. Ros was accommodating initially; however, as soon as we signed the contract, there was very little communication, and it was almost impossible to get a reply to any enquiry we had. We understood it was a busy period and kept our calm was patient for a response. We had to chase via phone or email to get any questions. As we were planning our wedding in 3 months, we did not have a good experience and was very disappointed and at times thought we made a mistake of planning our wedding at The Lensbury. After speaking to Ros - she mentioned that everything would be sorted a month before (as I had a lot of questions and needed information to plan, which we believe a wedding coordinator should have done in the first place). Even for the menu tasting, we had to chase almost every day as we didn't know when it would be, etc., and yet again, it wasn't easy to get an answer. Valerie started looking after our wedding enquiries (when we did not get a reply from Ros when she messaged, she would answer our questions on Monday). When I called the hotel, I was told that Ros is on holiday for a week from that Monday! Valerie was amazing at her job, and our frustration was easing closer to the day and how she handled our queries. Rooms: We booked the rooms for our family and us in the first week of May. We were and still are so disappointed that the room was not booked, which we realised when we tried to add an additional room with the reservation team. My parent's room was tiny and noisy when I asked the reception if they could change the room as they are travelling 16 hours I was given an option of the Ascot building, which shocked me! The BRIDE & GROOM room was a joke! It was so terrible and small that I was frustrated on the morning of our wedding. When I went to the reception and mentioned that the room was too small and there was no way I could get ready, I was told that it is the biggest room in the hotel! I was lied straight in my face as I had other guests whose rooms were a lot bigger than ours! I had to run around on the morning of our wedding day to see if my friends and family could accommodate me to get ready in their room. When I mentioned this to Ros, she spoke to the reception and said they could give me a spare room to prepare for MAYBE at 11 am. To have a bigger space, I asked if I could use Dunbar room to get ready, and Ros suggested we could. However, as a Bride getting ready in a Dunbar room full of the kitchen staff was not a good experience. I did not have any choice! Wedding ceremony and reception: I enquired a few times if we would have a wedding manager/usher to guide and help us all day (gathering guests for photos for food etc). I was told there would be a wedding manager. We did not have any help in many ways! My sister had to run around since morning to ensure everything was okay. We did not even have time to have sister time while getting ready as she was busy sorting things out and ensuring everything was in place! She was literally coordinating everything, even while the wedding breakfast. The wedding manager/coordinator was nowhere to be seen when needed! She had to prompt people for the canapes and also prompt the staff to restock the food in the buffet. Food: The only amazing thing was the food, compliments to the chef. Early check-in: We requested this in May; however, this was not looked into at all, which made some of my dear guests and family miss the ceremony. The day which should be the stress-free and the most amazing day of our life, the day we should be enjoying, was a disaster, and I wouldn't wish anyone to book their wedding with Lensbury after my experience. Many more weren't great and frustrating; however, I will leave it to this!
Location & Contact Details


Lensbury, Broom Road, Teddington, Greater London, TW11 9NU, England

Travel Notes

Nearest Town


Nearest Motorway & Junction

M3, Junction 1

Nearest Train Station


Nearest Airport

London Heathrow

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Describe the best wedding that happened at your venue?

I couldn't choose one. They are all different and special in their own way.

What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?

My first tip would be to book your venue well in advance, especially at The Lensbury as we get booked up quickly.

Describe your venue in 5 adjectives.

Riverside, Contemporary, Value for money, spacious, Versatile

Where’s the best photo spot at your venue?

On the riverbank

Have you had any celebrity guest or wedding at your venue?

Not exactly, but we were featured on the television programme "Don't Tell The Bride"

What’s your favourite canapé?

Roast beef and horseradish

What’s your favourite midnight treat?

Sausage sandwich

What is your venue's most unique feature?

The old fashioned red telephone box

What part of your business are you most proud of?

The staff - they're a great team. Always friendly and willing to help