The Rothschilds Rooms
On their own or used in conjunction with each other, the interconnecting Drawing Room, Conservatory, Long Gallery and Dining Room boast high ornate ceilings and stunning original architectural features.
The Drawing Room and Conservatory
This grand formal room was historically an important space for entertaining so we’re proud to continue the tradition to this day.
The Drawing Room retains its original architectural features with classical ornamental columns adorned with golden lyres including the monogram of Nathan Mayer Rothschild. With three stunning French doors that open onto the terrace and south lawns, the Drawing Room originally enabled the Rothschilds to entertain their guests both inside and out.
The Drawing Room is perfect for dining for up to 80 guests, a standing reception for 100 or a theatre-style seating for 90.
The Dining Room
Sumptuous dinners and grand formal receptions were the order of the day for the Rothschild family and, within the Dining Room.
Suitable for dining for 80, theatre-style seating for 90 or standing receptions for 100, today your guests, too, may enjoy the excellent surrounds that this beautiful room has to offer.
The Long Gallery
The elegant Long Gallery, with its nature-inspired gilding and adornments adjoins both the Drawing Room and the Dining Room.
From here, the south-facing French windows open onto the terrace and the magnificent views of the south lawns. Decorated in white, gold and green, the Long Gallery was one of the Rothschild family’s favourite spots and the stunning centre piece, the oval ceiling, depicts the Four Seasons with playful cherubs set against the sky.
A perfect venue for standing receptions, long table dining for 30 guests or the location for your evening bar and buffet.