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Epsom & Ewell Borough Council
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Surrey
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Grade II listed Ewell Court House – Fully restored and open for hire


Ewell Court House the grade-II listed historic building is fully restored and open for hire. The house was devastated by fire in December 2013 and has undergone extensive rebuilding and renovation. The house was reopened by the Mayor of Epsom & Ewell, Councillor Christopher Frost, who said: “It is fantastic to celebrate the reopening of a facility where the local community can, and does, come together. Ewell Court House is not just reopening the same as it was before, but better.”

Photograph of Ewell Court House

 

Capacity

Ewell Court House can accommodate 90 guests for your wedding breakfast and 120 guests for an evening party. The maximum seating available for ceremonies is 100.

Catering

Ewell Court House is not tied to an in house caterer. Instead we have a list of approved caterers. With the provision of relevant references and certification any new professional caterer can be added to the approved list.

The Bar

The bar area is included as part of your hire and is available for your caterer or bar company to serve from. It is licensed from:-
Monday – Thursday, 10.00hrs until 23.00hrs
Friday – Saturday, 10.00hrs until 00.00hrs
Sunday – 10.00hrs until 22.30hrs

Photograph of Social Suite
Photograph of the bar areaPhotograph of catering dessertPhotograph of the staircase

The Celebration Rooms

The Social Suite

The beautifully kept social suite with its polished maple floors and high moulded ceilings provide an intimate romantic setting for your special day. The suite leads directly to the tegula paved terrace overlooking the lake.

The Ante room and Social Suite combined can accommodate up to 90 guests for a wedding breakfast.

The Ante Room

Perfect for a more intimate reception with polished oak floor and period features.

The Whist Room

A bright room with an open fireplace and views towards the lake and parkland.

The Bar & Foyer

The bar is surrounded by an ornate timber arch and is positioned by the grand fireplace. The oak panelled foyer leads towards the staircase with double height ceiling and stained glass roof light.

The first floor Meeting Room

A large space overlooking the lake and parkland.

Ewell Court House ground floor
Caterers List
Wedding Brochure
Ewell Court House Wedding Fair
Ewell Court House Leaflet
Ewell Court House Wedding Leaflet

To hire the venue:
E: EwellCourtHouseMailbox@epsom-ewell.gov.uk
T: 020 8786 7400
Ewell Court House, Lakehurst Road, Ewell, Surrey KT19 0EB
www.epsom-ewell.gov.uk

Directions

From the Tolworth Junction on the A3 take the A240 towards Epsom. At the
third set of traffic lights, turn right into Ruxley Lane. Turn left into
Pams Way and follow the signs to the library to Lakehurst Road.
At the end of Lakehurst Road, turn right into the entrance to Ewell
Court House.

From Epsom Follow the A240 towards Tolworth. Go past the Shell garage on your left. This is followed by a small roundabout, carry straight on here and also at the next set of traffic lights. The road goes uphill for a short distance. Ewell Court Drive is a turning on the left just before the Queen Adelaide Public House which is on the right. Continue to the end of Ewell Court Drive and the entrance is straight ahead.

Parking

Free parking available

Train

The nearest train station is Stoneleigh Mainline Station. There
are frequent services out of London Waterloo and in from Epsom,
Dorking and beyond. Stoneleigh is approximately 15 minutes walk
from Ewell Court House. Please plan your journey at www.nationalrail.co.uk

Beautiful Surroundings



A brief history of Ewell Court House


Avenue House was a gentleman’s’ residence built near the old farm of Ewell Court in the late 1600’s. In the 1700’s it was owned by the Bridges family and in the 1800’s was being used as the headquarters for their gunpowder business. In 1879, John Bridges married Edith Tritton and decided to create a new home by remodelling Avenue House for grand Victorian entertaining and extensively landscaping its grounds. On completion, the house was renamed Ewell Court. Later owners, the Stoddarts, facing financial difficulties in 1935, sold the house to the Council. As the centre of World War II civil defence for West Ewell, ambulances, and air raid wardens were based at the house.

Present day Ewell Court House

Ewell Court House with its fascinating past offers the perfect retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Set in beautiful, historical grounds complete with fountains, cascades, rock pools and its own secret Grotto, the Grade II listed house stands proud at the entrance to the extensive Green flag parkland.

Today the grounds are well loved by the many visitors who come to simply while away the hours, picnic, play or watch the varied wildlife that have made the park and the lake their home. The entire estate receives excellent support from local community groups. The quaint plant nursery Bizzy Lizzy and the Tea Rooms can be found tucked away at the back of house with the library and Bambini Children’s Nursery close by.

The house is once again taking bookings for room hire which is much favoured as a wedding venue as well as hosting meetings and various community activities. The beautifully renovated celebration and meeting rooms are regularly used and set the perfect scene for any occasion. There are many excellent features throughout the house including the magnificent reception area, decorative ceilings, wood panelling, polished wooden floors, stained glass windows and the tegula paved terrace overlooking the lake.

Ewell Court House can accommodate 90 guests for your wedding breakfast and 120 guests for an evening party. The maximum seating available for ceremonies is 100. Anyone hiring the house for a day is not tied in to an in-house caterer, making it ideal to suit any budget.

The Ewell Horticultural Association and Link to Ewell Court Library are based at Ewell Court House.

Ewell Court House Tea Room

The Tea Room at Ewell Court House is to the rear of the house and is open Tuesday - Sunday from 10am until 4pm; serving light lunches and delicious home made cakes and scones.

page updated: Sunday, 27 March 2016 © Epsom & Ewell Borough Council 2016