The Hall is richly panelled in oak, the original cladding dating from 1670, with subsequent renovations and restoration – the most recent in 1941, following bomb damage. There is a 17th century minstrels’ gallery, originally sited across the north-east corner, but now repositioned centrally on the east wall.
This versatile private dining room can cater for up to a maximum of 87 guests u-shape. It can also accommodate a large boardroom table for up to 42 guests. The room also boasts a beautiful large stained glass window bathing the space in natural daylight. It is extremely popular for theatre style meetings, buffet lunches and is our largest room. This room has its own Wi-Fi.