The Drawing Room


This elegant room is one of the two key reception rooms within the Hall


Redesigned in 1950, following war damage, this elegant room is one of the two key reception rooms within the Hall. The most striking feature is the carpet with the Company's coat of arms in the centre, woven in 1902 as an exact replica of the 1835 original. Two magnificent seventeenth-century tapestries hang on either side of the fireplace, depicting stories from Antony and Cleopatra. More modest in size than the Livery Hall, it is ideal for a smaller reception or dinner.

 

Capacities

Reception 150​
Dinner/Luncheon 70
Theatre Style Meeting 80

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