Our Terrace Pavilion

Exterior shot of the pavilion and castle building

With access to the Terrace and unparalleled views over stunning countryside, our Terrace Pavilion is a large, versatile space which can be used for a wide range of functions; from presentations and talks,to dinners, parties and summer drinks receptions.

Seating Styles & Guests:

  • Theatre: 150
  • Cabaret: 60
  • Boardroom: 50
  • Private Dining: 100

The Medieval Banqueting Hall

A low light shot from above of the hall filled with dining guest

Our spectacular Banqueting Hall can be used for presentations, conferences, training, meetings and corporate dinners. It adjoins the terrace with its spectacular Cotswolds views. Layout can vary to accommodate 50 to 100 guests.

Seating Styles & Guests:

  • Theatre: 150
  • Cabaret: 60
  • Boardroom: 60
  • Private Dining: 100

The Castle Pantry

Interior shot of the pantry table setup

Surrounded on three sides by full length glass walls, the Castle Pantry offers views through to the Tithe Barn, towards the Herb Gardens and out over the patio to Castle Field. Airy, spacious and well-equipped, the Castle Pantry is the ideal place to hold meetings, presentations, and workshops.

Seating Styles & Guests:

  • Theatre: 70
  • Cabaret: 50
  • Boardroom: 40
  • Private Dining: 60

The Dent Brocklehurst Library

Interior shot of the library

This beautiful, atmosphericroom is filled with antiques, fine art, a unique Sheldon tapestry and more than 1,000 historic and rare books. This impressive room is ideal for board meetings, drinks receptions, cocktail parties and private dinners.

Chandos Hall

Interior shot of Chandos Hall. Rows of chairs face the table at the front of the room.

Chandos Hall is a self-contained facility located within our complex of holiday cottages and is suitable for meetings, training, small conferences and informal private dinners.

Seating Styles & Guests:

  • Theatre: 60
  • Cabaret: On Request
  • Boardroom: 60
  • Private Dining: 60

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