THE GARDEN ROOM


 

CAPACITY ROOM SIZE DANCE FLOOR
100 – 230 22 x 15 m 6 x 7 m

With its high ceilings and unique surrounding ‘Secret Garden’, the Garden Room is the perfect venue for magical events such as weddings and musical concerts. You and your guests will enjoy a spacious main room and cosy smaller areas fitted out in our signature black, white and champagne interior design. The Secret Garden, available exclusively to clients who book the Garden Room, is an enclosed courtyard where your guests can sit in comfortable outdoor chairs or stroll through beautiful gardens that include a pergola and grassed area. The Secret Garden is particularly magical at night as our artful lighting display comes to life.

Room details

 

  • Room size: 22 metres by 15 metres
  • Ceiling height: 5 This room has excellent acoustics for musical events.
  • Capacity: 230 seated (10 per table), 400 seated (chairs only), 350 standing
  • Entertainment options: dance floor (40sqm); stage (30sqm)
  • Projector – ceiling mounted with retractable screen
  • Audiovisual and lighting: adjustable lighting rack and state-of-the-art concert sound system (additional cost)
  • ‘The Secret Garden’ – an external, enclosed courtyard area for the exclusive use of Garden Room guests. It contains a gazebo, grassed area, paving, outdoor tables and chairs, a beautiful selection of flowering plants and a red weeping willow. At night, an array of lighting effects gives the Secret Garden a magical ambience. It would also be an ideal location for a civil ceremony
  • Preparation room with self-contained bathroom and floor-to-wall mirror
  • Lounge area with couches
  • Dedicated entrance foyer with marble floor
  • Service bar
  • Beautiful central room crystal chandelier (custom designed to the space)
  • Main room carpeted throughout

THE GARDEN ROOM FLOORPLAN 


 

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