Our meeting rooms and event space for hire amounts to 3,675 sq. ft., all on the ground floor of the Mansion. Rooms for 2 to 120 people can be booked by the hour or the day. Our on-site kitchens provide delicious homemade, freshly prepared food for all your catering needs.
You don’t need to be a member to book – we are open to everyone in the business community. Just make a booking through our online system – easy and convenient.
We have CCTV across the site, hard-wired broadband with best-in-class firewalls, and are Cyber Essentials Certified, giving you peace of mind when working here.
Booking a meeting room at Heywood House gives you access to so much more than just the meeting room: wonderful grounds, the Café and a range of other services whilst you are here.
*These are available in selected meeting rooms.
Our impressive range of rooms also has the facilities for conferences, “break-outs”, and training spaces. On-site catering packages are available for all meeting rooms and events on request.
Enhanced facilities and technologies now in place with new rates applicable from 1st December 2023
with Members’ discount on meeting rooms at 50%
The Main Hall*
100 Theatre/64 cabaret
Grounds and Field
All prices exclude VAT
* Besides the list of facilities and services included in all Meeting Room rates, the Main Hall delegate rate also includes hot and cold drinks supplied throughout the day, plus morning pastries, a networking lunch, and afternoon cake.
* The minimum standard rate for the Main Hall is £2,600 for the day, equivalent to 40 delegates attending.
* If you have any special requirements or need the Main Hall for less than a day, please contact the Landlord’s office at firstname.lastname@example.org
** Rates for the Conservatory, Grounds and Field depend on the time of day and use; most of these spaces and facilities are open to members of the public out-of-office hours and at weekends.
Three Earls of Marlborough lived here. On Sir James Ley’s death his son Henry became the 2nd Earl and MP for Westbury and Devizes. Sir James’ grandson, James, became the 3rd Earl but died fighting the Dutch fleet off Lowestoft.
This room is set up cabaret style and provides space for meeting, training or “break-outs”.
With an 87-inch presentation screen and speakers, this space easily converts into a Conference Venue/Event Space, in theatre style for up to 100 delegates or Cabaret style for up to 64 delegates.
This was originally created as a “Palm House” by philanthropist Henry Ludlow in the 1800s. It then became a swimming pool in the 1970s, a Conservatory under the National Trust, and today it houses our Café.
It has AV equipment and is used for talks and conferences, as well as events for the public at weekends.
“I have been working for over 20 years and have travelled up and down the country using various venues and meeting rooms. I have to say in all those 20 years I have never experienced such excellent facilities as I did at Heywood House.”