All of our flexible event spaces benefit from natural daylight and are ideally suited for meetings, conferences or dinners. The castle-like charm of The Tower House, with its balcony overlooking the lake, is suitable for up to 30 guests as is the Oak Room. The Oval Room and Garden Room, both with exterior terraces, have a dining capacity for up to 100 guests.
Meeting and event spaces
Also on the lower ground floor of the Mansion House, the large Garden Room provides an expanse of natural daylight with its own private patio and a stone staircase leading to the terraced gardens. The sense of the outdoors is continued inside with a porcelain chandelier inspired by a dandelion flower. The Garden Room has inbuilt projection facilities.
Situated on the ground floor of the Mansion House adjoining Restaurant Coworth Park, the Oak Room is entered through its own ante room. At first glance classical in design, Georgian skirting and cornicing is updated with over-scaled acorn and oak leaf plaster reliefs. Dual aspect windows provide fresh natural daylight, and a hanging sculpture of copper oak leaves adds warmth and a striking touch.
On the lower ground floor of the Mansion House stairs lead to a reception area, before arriving at the light and airy Oval Room which benefits from natural daylight and has its own private patio with a staircase leading to the terraced gardens. The Oval Room has vertical faceted walls inspired by the serrated edge of leaves, together with a chandelier made of 500 pieces of Worcester porcelain influenced by the intricate form of wild English flowers. The contemporary design is inspired by the contours and colours of the estate’s rolling landscape and provides the perfect canvas for numerous events.
The Oak Room, Oval Room and Garden Room are all located in the Mansion House, all enjoy natural daylight and two have their own private terraces, ideal for summer cocktails
The Tower House
The castle-like double height Tower House is set apart from the Mansion House across the courtyard from The Barn restaurant, and overlooks the lake and polo fields from a private balcony. Exposed brickwork, an operating open fireplace and glass lanterns accentuate the barn qualities of the room, whilst a small turret room is perfect for tucked away breakout sessions.
The Barn - upper level
The Barn specialises in delicious brasserie-style food and sharing plates. Monthly seasonal menus are served in a rustic and homely setting, with an open fire, where you’re welcome to keep your muddy boots on. The upper level bar and dining area provides an ideal place for drinks or private parties. During the warm summer months, you can also dine al fresco on the picturesque outdoor terrace.
In dry weather the grounds provide numerous locations for team gatherings, such as the Mansion House terraces, the croquet lawn, the spa decorative pool, the sunken gardens and amidst the meadow itself.
Meetings and gatherings can spill out into a number of other locations on the Coworth Park estate.
Restaurant Coworth Park - conservatory
With floor to ceiling windows presenting sweeping views across the estate, and French doors opening onto the terrace, Restaurant Coworth Park’s conservatory presents a stunning private dining room. With its relaxed elegance and contemporary setting Restaurant Coworth Park puts its own modern spin on classic British dishes. The Best of British menu is sourced from local suppliers and promotes the finest artisanal produce.
Located in the Mansion House, the opposite side of the Summer Room from Restaurant Coworth Park, the Drawing Room Conservatory can be used as a private space for gatherings. Floor to ceiling windows provide seasonal views of the estate whilst a relaxed, comfortable ambience is created by a weathered oak console table, chess table, and a crisp pale green striped soft furnishings.
Suite sitting rooms
With comfortable sofas, coffee tables and facilities for making hot drinks undisturbed, Coworth Park’s suite sitting rooms can be set up for meetings. In Room dining service can be provided if required.