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Magna Carta Lane Venue

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  • 100 people
  • 12 hr min
  • 4000 sq/ft
Wraysbury, UK
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Magna Carta Island is an ait in the River Thames in England. The island is a contender for being the place where, in 1215, King John sealed Magna Carta. Whilst the charter itself indicates Runnymede by name, it is possible the island may have been considered part of Runnymede at the time. It is known that in 1217 the island was the meeting-place of Henry III and Louis (later Louis VIII) of France. The venue has a beautiful garden where her Majesty the Queen and his Majesty the Queen's father had planted trees. The location is only 5 to 10 minutes drive away from Heathrow airport, and nearby are Egham and Staines. The venue itself is next to the National Trust Park, and by the side of the Thames river.

Category and style

House, Mansion, Ranch

Tudor

Parking

Private parking for 30 cars

Truck / motorhome on site parking: On property

Available parking lot or parking structure nearby

Location details

Bedrooms:
6
Bathrooms:
2
Property size (sq ft):
4000 sq ft
Lot size:
16200 sq ft
Main floor number:
2

Amenities

Air Conditioning
Hair/Makeup area
Wifi

Features

Large Shower
Conventional Ceiling
Wood Doors
Long Driveway
BBQ Grill
Bridge
Front yard
Garage (Detached)
Gates
Brick Fireplace
Large Fireplace
Stone Fireplace
Carpet Floor
English Garden
Attic
Closet
Dressing Room
Home Office
Laundry Room
Open Floor Plan
Walk-in closet
Country Kitchen
Open Kitchen
Indoor Pool
Track and Field
Straight Stairs
Valley View
Concrete Walls
Stone Walls
Wood-Paneled Walls
Pond/Stream/Creek
Stained Glass Windows

Crew access

Street Level

Questions

  • Q: What's the maximum attendees I can have at this location?

    A: Di allows 100 attendees on location

  • Q: What types of activities are allowed at this location?

    A: Di allows production, events and meetings

  • Q: How many square feet is the location?

    A: Magna Carta Lane Venue is 4000 sq/ft

Location
Exact location provided after booking
from £60/hr
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