Able to seat 380 comfortably to dine, this hall was originally built in 1622 to be a entertaining and dining space for King James I. Seating can be arranged into intimate round tables of up to 12, or arranged into up to 3 spectacular long tables spanning the length of the hall. The original ceiling paintings commissioned by King Charles I are a magnificent sight and certainly do not lack for a talking point!
The Lindsay Room which seats up to 30 guests is ideal for all occasions from a family celebration to a private business lunch or dinner. There is a screen available for presentations or a live link in to the kitchen and an iPod dock for your use. Guests can choose from either a three course set menu or a chef’s seasonal six course tasting menu for lunch and dinner. Also available for breakfast occasions.