The Dining Room, with direct access to the kitchen, is the ideal space to set up your evening buffet discreetly as your big day goes on.
“The presently named Dining Room was part of Archibald Howley’s North Wing construction in 1835 built up from the 18th century Basement. It was used as the Archbishop’s Study, and later shortened by Architect Norman Shaw to make room for the Great Hall. At this time it was converted to a Library for Frederick Alexander English. Interestingly, there is deep beam in the Northern part of the rooms ceiling and stub walls which indicate some sort of partition. It is thought, this partition used to be the Chaplain’s office.”