The Salisbury Room is a fine example of Victorian opulence and design. This classically proportioned room complete with a beautiful working fireplace and en-suite facilities together with award winning furniture creates a lavish yet peaceful setting for all events, from board meetings to weddings and partnership ceremonies.
It can be hired together with the Caxton Room for catering, registration or break out area.
Providing another link to the literary past of the area, there is an outstanding portrait of 18th century writer Samuel Richardson, author of such notorious works as Pamela and Clarissa.
Natural daylight, blinds, curtains and dimmable lights
Disabled access via St Bride’s Passage from Salisbury Court
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