The Drawing Room
The Drawing Room, with its 19th century décor and furnishings, has changed little since it was designed by Herbert Williams and John G. Crace between 1866 and 1870.
Peaceful and elegant, the Drawing room is the perfect place to welcome guests for a Champagne reception. It also serves as a memorable and effective presentation room.
Adorned with beautiful Victorian crystal chandeliers and Herbert Draper’s striking painting ‘The Gates of Dawn’, the room is a film-maker’s paradise. The wonderful décor creates a relaxed atmosphere and sets the scene for any occasion. Due to the decor, we regret that dark drinks and food are not permitted in this room.