Bisham Abbey Meeting Rooms
Conference rooms that leave a long-lasting Impression
From the ballroom, formerly used by Henry VIII to Queen Elizabeth I former council chamber, every meeting room provides intriguing history coupled with the latest comforts and technologies to ensure your event is both perfect and memorable.
The Elizabethan and Vansittart Room
Both The Elizabethan and Vansittart rooms are ideal for larger meetings or small conferences, both the Elizabethan and the Vansittart Rooms are equipped with the latest technology – including interactive whiteboard, designed to help you create, deliver and annotate your presentation with the latest infrared technology, along with a Bluetooth interactive writing tablet, projector and 78” powerboard.
The Henry VIII Room
The former bedroom of Henry VIII, this room is a formal boardroom and provides a flexible and versatile meeting room accommodating up to 16 guests boardroom style.
The room includes use of a 65” screen with the latest touchscreen technology.
The Warwick Room
Originally the dining room of the Holby family, the Warwick Room was built in 1680. During both the first and second world wars, the Abbey was used as a convalescent home. In 1914 this room was converted into a hospital ward for Belgian soldiers.
The room features stylish oak panelling and a feature fireplace that makes it a stunning room for conferences and events alike.
The Sonning room accommodates up to 40 delegates and is ideal for smaller meetings.
The room includes use of a 65” screen utilising the latest touchscreen technology.
The Great Hall
Once the banqueting hall of Henry VIII and Queen Elizabeth I and part of the thirteenth century building, the Great Hall now serves as the main dining hall.
The rafters are original and were restored in the nineteenth century to their former glory and the magnificent fireplace is over four hundred years old, with the wooden over mantle being a gift from King James I and carved to depict his Royal Arms.
With its fantastic high vaulted ceiling, feature fireplace and stain glass window, it serves as a fantastic setting for award ceremonies or private dinners and functions.
The Margaret Dickinson Lounge
The Margaret Dickinson Lounge incorporates a bar and opens out onto the riverside lawn, giving spectacular views across the picturesque grounds.
The Margaret Dickinson Lounge is also available in conjunction with the adjacent Sonning room.
Fully Equipped for All Your Needs
As well as including the latest technologies, all meeting rooms at Bisham Abbey include Bisham Abbey note paper and pens, projector and flip chart, ensuring your meetings run smoothly.
Bisham Abbey offers a range of Day Delegate packages to suit any budget. All packages can be tailored to your precise needs and requirements. Simply contact us for a tailored quotation or to have a personalised venue tour.
With dedicated on-site catering at Bisham Abbey, you can relax and enjoy your event in the knowledge that you will be well looked after with a range of fantastic food and beverages.
For further information, contact us or download a brochure.