Court Dining Room
This recently refurbished room has gold leaf ceilings, panelled walls and is flooded with natural daylight. It is traditionally used for sit down meals or buffets and like the Livery Hall is versatile and able to suit your requirements. Guests can admire the Dashwood King carvings whilst they dine: these limewood wall carvings [appliqués] of fruit and flower swags date from the 17th century and were carved by the circle of Grinling Gibbons.
|Standing Canape Reception||100|
|Banquet (Top Table and Sprigs)||69|
|Cabaret (On Rectangular Tables)||45|