Chiswick House

Chiswick House and Gardens, Hogarth Lane, London, Middlesex, W4 2QN
Chiswick House is a beautiful neo-Palladian villa set within glorious Italianate gardens shaded by ancient cedar trees. Built by the third Earl of Burlington in 1729, the house was never intended as a private residence but as a delightful architectural folly, entertainment venue and showcase for fine art. No expense or creativity was spared on the interior and luxurious velvet-lined rooms interconnect with a magnificent domed central salon.

Rooms in Chiswick House

  • Domed Salon

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    • 48
    The grand domed salon is the hub of the building and is decorated with busts and huge paintings topped with a magnificent coffered dome.
  • Blue Velvet Room

    The recently restored Blue Velvet Room was once used by Lord Burlington as his study. It is an intimate room lined with blue velvet with an elaborate gilded ceiling.
  • The Long Gallery

    From the Domed Salon, guests may drift into the finely decorated Long Gallery with its gilded furnishings and elaborate ceiling. Lord Burlington used the villa to display his fine art collection, many of which are still here today.
  • Burlington Pavilion

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    • 200
    • 400
    • 250
    • 150
    The Pavilion is a fully-lined ivory marquee standing next to Chiswick House within the spectacular gardens. It is a stylish, flexible reception space that is designed to be personalised to your taste.