The Library is the oldest room in the Manor House dating back to the 1700's and is just the right size for a smaller and more intimate occasion shared only with close friends and family.
The scale of this room proves an enticing combination of homeliness and stateliness. Its magnificent seven pane bay window overlooks the formal gardens to the south of the house. An alternative focal point is the impressive Pugin fireplace. Under the baronial arched ceiling, as candlelight glimmers across the autumn coloured bindings of old editions on the shelves, you will find a rare setting for a personal celebration.
Up to 28 place settings can be laid at the single table in the Library, allowing for comfortable circulation and a convivial party.