You can book a room in our wonderful house for any event that you may be planning – or even the entire house. You can draw on the fabulous catering services of the Brunswick House restaurant. Our interiors, courtyards and roof terraces are still groaning with fabulous architectural salvage, all for sale – ever changing – so the backdrop will be unique to your event.

Brunswick House has a tumultuous history since its dated foundation stone was laid in 1758 – you can still see the stone in the cellar. Originally called Belmont House, the stately brick mansion was soon divided in two internally; the Duke of Brunswick occupying it for a time. It oversaw the rise and demise of the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens opposite. The river originally lapped against a jetty at the end of its back garden but it receded as the Thames was incrementally embanked. It witnessed the arrival of the railways as viaducts rudely blocked its view towards The Oval. The brutalist Nine Elms Cold Store looked over its shoulder for a few decades by which time Railwaymen had the building as their grand member’s club complete with Theatre and Snooker Halls. And then came the squatters – they liked to party.

Now, Vauxhall is being transformed again as huge towers spring up around us. Brunswick House finds itself at the hub of the new ‘Embassy Quarter’.

In occupation since 2005, LASSCO has used its love of old buildings, and our unique sources, to sensitively bring Brunswick House back to life.


How to get there

LASSCO Brunswick House is in Central London next to Vauxhall Bridge – close to Westminster, the West End and routes to the South West.

By Cab

We’re on the corner of Wandsworth Road and Nine Elms Lane, opposite the Vauxhall Bus Depot. All “Black Cabs” should know us, get them to drop you in a safe spot – it is a busy junction

By Road

Head for Vauxhall Bridge. The best approach is from Nine Elms Lane (i.e. come via Battersea Dogs Home to the south of Chelsea Bridge) as you can pull into our yard on the left and park just as you approach the Vauxhall Cross Gyratory. Otherwise, from the Vauxhall Cross Gyratory, follow signs for Battersea which will send you down Nine Elms Lane, leaving LASSCO Brunswick House on your right. Take the first opportunity to “U-turn” 200m along Nine Elms Lane – back through the lights, then use our yard to park.

By Tube

LASSCO Brunswick House is a two-minute walk from Vauxhall Tube Station. Vauxhall is just minutes from all central London tube stops on the Victoria Line. It is in Zone 1. On arrival, follow signs to exit 4, Wandsworth Road. LASSCO Brunswick House is straight on from the exit on your right.

Brunswick House News

Bright Winter Weddings at Brunswick House

  The crisp November air and the formalities of the ceremony were left behind as Nancy and Derek entered through the distressed portico into the warmth of the reception at Brunswick House. Photographer Helen Abraham has captured beautifully the wedding reception, hosted by Brunswick House, of Nancy and Derek. And the Brunswick House Saloon lives up…

Salon Wednesdays 2019 Full Series Listing

  Following the success of our first evening lecture series, LASSCO and Historic Decoration are delighted to announce the second offering of Salon Wednesdays. After an autumnal hiatus we begin again in January; the fire will be lit and again our expert lecturers will be speaking on a broad range of topics relating to the…

We had such a brilliant time and loved everything about Brunswick House. The place looked amazing and felt so relaxed, and then the drink and food was all so delicious. It was such a pleasure to plan and both me and my husband appreciated everything the team did, in advance and on the day! We couldn’t have asked for a better wedding. THANK YOU! 
Harriet and James


An impressively shabby room of five bays with access to an outdoor roof terrace with two good chimneypieces and open fires. The green velvet curtains and full height windows enhance the elegant tone of the room, which is furnished with the characteristically quirky stock of LASSCO. Once the drawing room of The Duke of Brunswick and later the snooker room of the LSWR Scientific & Literary Institute. The Saloon adjoins to The Smoking Room.

Plan & Capacity

Saloon Capacity

– Board Meetings, Private Dining (60 max seated)
– Drinks Receptions (80 max)

The Saloon and The Smoking Room interconnect and when hired together the capacities are:

– Private Dining (100 max seated)
– Drinks Receptions (120 max)

Smoking Room

A south facing first floor room of elegant proportions. With open fire, glittering chandeliers and original, old floorboards connected by magnificent mahogany doors to the adjacent Saloon, once The Smoking Room of the Railwayman’s Club and now a welcoming venue.

Plan & Capacity

Smoking Room Capacity

– Board Meetings, Private Dining up to 40 seated
– Drinks Receptions up to 40 standing

The Saloon and The Smoking Room interconnect and when hired together the capacities are:

– Private Dining up to 100 seated
– Drinks Receptions up to 120 standing


A light, lofty and dignified room with a playful continental character, tall windows and noble chimneypiece and furnished accordingly. A grand, salvaged doorcase accesses The Library, a welcoming venue for dining and receptions.

Plan & Capacity

The Parlour Capacity

– Board Meetings and Private Dining Up to 18 seated
– Drinks Receptions Up to 25 standing

The Parlour adjoins to The Library and when hired together the capacities are:

– Private Dining Up to 30 seated
– Drinks Reception Up to 60 standing


A fascinating room lined with tall cases full of books and the curious post in the centre of the room created from railway lines support the weight of the erstwhile billiard tables above. A sparkling room well suited to receptions and cocktail parties.

Plan & Capacity

The Library Capacity

– Board Meetings and Private Dining Up to 20 seated
– Drinks Receptions Up to 25 standing

The Library adjoins to The Parlour and when hired together the capacities are:

– Private Dining Up to 30 seated
– Drinks Reception Up to 60 standing


A lofty mid eighteenth century panelled room adorned by a superb chandelier and a splendid fireplace. An intimate dining or meeting room furnished impeccably with period objects in authentic style.

Plan & Capacity

The Study Capacity

– Board Meetings and Private Dining Up to 12 seated
– Drinks Receptions Up to 25 standing

Cellar Rooms

Below the Georgian mansion are a series of cellars, wine vaults, sculleries and pantries with large fireplaces, ancient flagstones and venerable brickwork, incorporating the remains of an earlier 17th Century building – intimate and hugely atmospheric and so unexpected, a perfect venue for wine tasting or a memorable event.

Plan & Capacity

The Cellar Capacity

– Drinks Receptions Up to 120 standing


Under the stewardship of Jackson Boxer, the Brunswick House Cafe has grown from a slightly eccentric partner of a working salvage and reclamation shop to become a true London food institution.​

From within rooms dressed all over in the gathered relics and decorative ornament collected by LASSCO over forty years in the London salvage trade, the restaurant and its staff have cultivated a reputation for truly great food, delicious drinks and constantly evolving menus.

Venues & Events

From small private meetings to magnificent weddings, we work with our guests to design events that are both memorable and personal. All catered for by our critically acclaimed kitchens.