Wedding Event Rooms

The HallThe Pepys Cloister is under the stunning Pepys building and can be used for a Civil Ceremony, a Champagne reception and photographs.

The Fellows' Gardens are available for Champagne receptions and photographs.

Benson Hall at one time the Masters Drawing room, can be used for civil ceremonies up to 70 people, it has a minstrels Gallery at one end.

The Hall built in the 16th century, was originally the monastic refectory. It seats up to 110 people for a wedding breakfast, it has a small gallery and is beautifully decorated with the Heraldic arms of Queen Anne. Dining is solely by candlelight.

The Parlour is an intimate dining room; it is handsomely decorated with an altar-piece in plaster depicting the two Mary's at the Sepulchre (1756). The Parlour can seat up to 24 people for dining.

Ramsay Hall is decorated with pinewood panelling and can be used for an evening reception with a small band, disco or Ceilidh for up to 120 people.