Cole Court is an old english house that was converted into a Hotel back in the 1940s. At that time there was a war going on and it was used by the Americans as a place of refuge and on many occasion the large Temple that we now hold Weddings in was used as a Dance Hall.
The Freemasons of Middlesex privately own the building and land surrounding it, it is used Monday to Saturday by all the members as their Club and Meeting place to introduce New and Old Members the teachings of Freemasonry.
Today Cole Court is used for many occasions, Weddings, Parties, Conferences, an English School and on the corporate entertainment side we play host to the huge London Irish village during the busy rugby season.
We are open from 9am to 11pm Monday through to Saturday and sometimes Open on a Sunday for other Special Occasions or one of our famous carvery's.
Visiting Cole Court
Getting to Cole court could not be easier. We have plenty of secure parking, just pull up to the entrance and the gate will automatically rise. We are located just of the A316 heading into London, which leads straight onto the Junction 1 of the M3. We are also 300 yards from the Twickenham train station. Coming out of the train station turn right and walk across the bridge and turn right again with a short walk down to Cole Court entrance.
The main entrance to the building is at the corner of the garden area, once the inside you will be able to relax in the lounge area and enjoy a fully licensed bar with coffee and tea facilities to hand. There are numerous rest rooms, to the left of the bar or right towards the main Norman More Temple and Dining rooms.
We have exclusive disabled parking within the grounds with a paved path that leads straight to the main entranced doors, with wheelchair access using the doors to the right of the main doors with ramps. Lounge, bar and seating areas are all accessible with full access to the main temple and main dining room. Stair lifts are available in some sections of the building giving further access to upstairs. Please call Cole Court to speak about how we can best help you on your visit to Cole Court.