Tudor Room

The panelled and half timbered rooms can be used either separately or partitioned to form two distinct rooms. The two rooms have great historical significance as they were used by Thomas Paine who formed the ‘Headstrong club’ a debating society who still
meet today. Located on the first floor, close to all other facilities, these rooms suit different conference styles and perfect for receptions. Separated the Sherriff’s room can take up to 50 and the Tudor room up to 3 guests, combined a total of up to 80

Tudor room

Tudor and Sheriff

combined

LOCATION

1ST FLOOR

1ST FLOOR

FLOOR SIZE (METRES)

6 X 11

13 X 11

CAPACITIES:

THEATRE

30

80

BOARDROOM

15

30

CABARET

18

36

‘U’ SHAPE

15

28

CLASSROOM

12

24

DINNER DANCE

N/A

N/A

FORMAL DINNER

20

50

WI-FI

YES

YES

TELEPHONE

NO

NO

A/C

NO

NO

BLACKOUT

PARTIAL

PARTIAL

NATURAL DAY LIGHT

YES

YES