Our 16th Century Caryl Room Offers you Seating for up to 26 Guests
The 16th Century Caryl room, seating a maximum of 26 including bride and groom, is carpeted in rich red reflected in the dark oak panelling reputedly from the ships of the Spanish Armada. There is also an area that was formerly the chapel in the time of Charles I. Etched signatures dating back to 1633 can be found on the diamond leaded windows including King George V and Queen Mary visit in 1913.
The room has access from both sides with wheelchair ramps available upon request. Both rooms are equipped with music systems allowing you to play your own selection.