The Prioress’s Room

The name of the Prioress’s Room dates from the time when it was a dwelling room of the Prioress of the Benedictine nuns who occupied this site from the mid 12th to the late 15th century. The half oak panelled walls, open fireplace and portraits now lend a unique atmosphere to the functions held here.

As a venue for fine dining or a formal dinner, it offers up to 34 guests a rare opportunity to experience one of the oldest parts of the college, both in term times and holidays.

To find out more about booking the Prioress’s Room as a venue for a formal dinner or fine dining, please contact us.

Accommodates:

Guests: 34 guests

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Availability:

All year round, subject to availability

Also suitable for:

Related venues:

The Alcock Room for pre-dinner drinks

Cloisters for pre-dinner drinks, weather permitting

Second Court for pre-dinner drinks in summer months, weather permitting

The Orchard for pre-dinner drinks in summer months, weather permitting

The Prioress's Room

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