Trinity House

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Trinity House enjoys a superb location overlooking the Tower of London and the River Thames.Behind the building’s imposing neo-classical façade, designedby Samuel Wyatt in1794, are some of London’s most elegant rooms.Coming in to the Entrance Hall, the eyeis inevitably drawn towards the magnificent twin-curved staircase designed by Samuel Wyatt. A fine example of Georgian architecture at the top of the staircase is the imposing Quarterdeck which runs virtually the length of The House and showcases a fine collection of 18th century paintings .There are five beautifully appointed rooms – The Court Room, The Luncheon Room, The Reading Room, The Library and The Pepys Room,In its 300 year lifetime, the house has welcomed royalty, primeministers and Lords of the Admiralty

Trinity House stands behind a cobbled and railed courtyard looking out on to the elegant Trinity Square Gardens and its memorials. Whilst the tranquil atmosphere of The House effortlessly separates it from the activity of the capital’s financial area, Trinity House enjoys all the advantages of proximity to the City of London and its transport links. It is situated just a short walk from Tower Hill underground station with Aldgate and Monument underground stations also within walking distance while major rail links are just a tube or cab ride away.