The Griffin

The Griffin is a grand room with wood panelled walls. It's the ideal setting for private meetings and cosy dinners.

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Named after the Griffin Gate at Coombe Abbey, The Griffin conference venue was designed by William Winde in 1691, a renowned designer with ties to Buckingham Palace.

Planning a meeting or event? Consider using The Walnut, The De Camville, The Harrington or The Stuart alongside The Griffin. They make a versatile suite of conference rooms, providing adequate space for syndicate rooms, refreshment breaks and separate exhibition areas.

Room Set-Up
Boardroom - 8

The Griffin Features

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Ideal Syndicate Room

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Natural Daylight

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Overlooks the West Terrace and Formal Gardens

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Feature Fireplace

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Reception Area Outside Room

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Can Accommodate up to 8 Guests

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The Kellway

Presented as a library, The Kellway is a splendid setting for both intimate business meetings and private dinners.

The Stuart

The Stuart is a versatile venue, flexible enough to accommodate larger meetings and events, whilst still maintaining an intimate feel.

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