Floor Plans for Rockingham

 

A very special occasion at Rockingham CastleWalkers House

Walker’s House is suitable for:

Drinks Receptions

(150 max.)

Dinners and Lunches

(90 max.)

Conferences

(80 max.)

Wedding Receptions (the Castle holds a Civil Wedding Licence)
Exhibitions and Product Launches
Meetings and Lectures

 

Larger receptions can be accommodated in
a marquee on the Forecourt Lawn,
in conjunction with Walker’s House.

There is access between the three floors.

The catering facilities and lavatories are within the same building.

All rooms have central heating, numerous power points and excellent lighting.

The open fires are lit in the winter months.

Normal conferencing facilities are provided and specialist equipment can be hired.

The roaring fires and hidden ceiling heating ensure the ambience and comfort of the rooms are maintained, even in winter.
Catering facilities are near at hand.

 

 

The Great Hall

The Great Hall is available for:

Drinks receptions

(100 max.)

Exclusive lunches and dinners

(10-40 people)

Small exhibitions or concerts

(seating 80 max.)

Civil Wedding ceremonies

For small dinner parties the refectory table and William & Mary style chairs would be used. For larger functions round tables and banqueting chairs are available.

The roaring fires and hidden ceiling heating ensure the ambience and comfort of the rooms are maintained, even in winter.
Catering facilities are near at hand.

 

The Panel Room

The Panel Room, used in conjunction with the Great Hall, is ideally suited to:

Small conferences and presentations.
Boardroom Style

(20 max.)

Theatre Style

(60 max.)

Drinks receptions

(80 max.)

Small concerts and exhibitions

Power points and lavatories are available.
Normal conferencing facilities are provided and specialist equipment can be hired.

The roaring fires and hidden ceiling heating ensure the ambience and comfort of the rooms are maintained, even in winter.
Catering facilities are near at hand.

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