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Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn

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Venue price From £65 per person
Venue capacity 40 - 450 people

Spaces at Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn

Opened by Queen Victoria in 1845, the Great Hall, complete with striking fresco, minstrel's gallery and a ceiling of beautifully worked oak, is described as one of the most impressive surviving buildings of its kind in London and provides a spectacular setting for all types of events. Suitable for receptions for up to 450 guests, dinners for up to 250 guests, lectures and ceremonies for up to 300 guests and wedding receptions and dinner dances for up to 200 guests. The adjoining Bench Rooms and an east facing terrace overlooking impressive grounds is perfect for arrival receptions.

Opened in 2018 by Queen Elizabeth II, the Ashworth Centre is a purpose-built event space set beneath the Great Hall, expertly designed to allow natural daylight to flood the suite through generous skylights. The stylish double-height lecture theatre with retractable seating for up to 158 delegates features integrated audio-visual. Ten meeting rooms split across two floors may be booked individually for smaller meetings for up to 16 boardroom or 25 theatre, or the partition walls can be withdrawn allowing flexible multi-room formats for breakout spaces or refreshments.

The Old Court Room is named after its original use and was once a lively scene of legal activity. Today its walls house the Inn's antiquarian books and the room offers a tranquil setting flooded with natural daylight, with views across the Inn's estate.

The Members' Common Room was created by building a mezzanine floor within the original Victorian kitchens of the Great Hall. The vaulted ceilings have been restored to their former glory allowing guests to enjoy the preserved Victorian architecture. A contemporary space which retains its historic origins complete with private south facing terrace.

About Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn

Lincoln's Inn's charming juxtaposition of old and new showcases the venue's extensive history in Grade I and II listed buildings with contemporary facilities and in-house catering.

Epitomising British elegance, the Great Hall emanates the architectural beauty of the Tudor Revival style, hosting 250 guests for dinner or 450 for a reception. For intimate affairs, the Old Hall has an appealing grandeur hosting 120 guests for dinner or 200 standing. The brand-new Ashworth Centre provides a refined space for conferences up to 158 in a purpose built lecture theatre, as well as ten meeting rooms.