St. Katharine's is one of the oldest charities in England and has a noble tradition of providing hospitality to guests and service to the community.
Our Conference & Retreat Centre is used by a wide variety of organisations who require a calm environment to discuss complex issues and by guests from around the world looking for a refreshing and special place to stay.
We offer seven contrasting spaces suitable for different types of events including meetings, conferences, away days, receptions.
Groups often find they do their best work here as the calmness allows them to think imaginatively and creatively and to explore possibilities that seem to arise unexpectedly.
We provide award winning Bed & Breakfast to over six thousand guests from around the world every year.
Anyone can book to stay in our simply furnished and comfortable bedrooms which start from just £60 per night.
The history of the Royal Foundation of St. Katharine, one of the oldest charities in England is long and complex. It spans over 900 years and tells a remarkable story of renewal, survival and regeneration.
Situated in central London it is hard to imagine a more peaceful urban setting for a group or individual retreat.
We welcome groups and all individuals who wish to come to St Katharine’s for reflection and worship.
New conference customers will receive 15% off our day rates.
We had a great weekend and, as always, the comfort, good food and unobtrusive care of the staff contributed in a very real way.
Thank you for a lovely day. We couldn't have asked for better!
The staff were unfailingly helpful and kind. We cannot praise more highly the venue and the support we received. we have already recommended your facilities to several people.
St Katharine's provides excellent accommodation and the price is very reasonable. Staff are extremely kind and helpful. Very professional too. It is a joy to come.
I have been a regular visitor to the foundation.I appreciate the gentle nature of the place and the peaceful atmosphere.
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