Enjoy a private dinner in the same intimate room used by royalty. Intimacy and scandal are never far away in the House; the Dining Room conveniently features portraits of the youthful Lady Melbourne and her secret lover, Lord Byron, who hangs opposite her. The portrait by Hudson above the fireplace is Sir Matthew Lamb who was the builder of the house. Another portrait is Florence, the 1st Lady Brocket.
Situated on the North-East side of the Hall, the Dining Room offers views and access to the Well Lawn for al fresco dining and outdoor activities.
Theatre Style (Conference)
‘U’ Shape (Conference)
Boardroom Style (Conference)
Cabaret Style (Conference)
Classroom Style (Conference)
Dining Table Style (Banqueting)
Can you spot…
…the door that offers easy access to the Well Lawn? It is cleverly disguised as a window.
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