Fountain Courtyard

at The American Club®

A natural, outdoor setting within the historical surroundings of The American Club, the Fountain Courtyard provides a charming atmosphere for an intimate wedding or cocktail reception. The Courtyard delights with an artistic stone sculpture surrounded by a peaceful fountain and gardens, which are maintained to bloom continuously throughout the spring and summer. It also features the beautiful, stained glass backdrop of The Greenhouse, a charming antique solarium relocated from Chorley, Lancashire, to serve as the garden café  of The American Club.

Room Details

  • Capacity: 50 Guests
  • Available for ceremony or cocktail reception
  • White garden chairs included for ceremony
  • High-low cocktail tables and outdoor bars available for reception
  • Buffet dining only
  • Indoor rain back-up held for inclement weather
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