THE SIR RICHARD HUTTON ROOM
Sir Richard Hutton Room is a perfect choice for private lunches, parties or dinners as well as conferences and business meetings. This elegant room has many historic features including the triumphal 18th century Robert Adam pillars either side of the bay and the dramatic 17th century fireplace with its overmantel depicting scenes from the Old Testament. East facing, this room captures the morning and lunchtime sun, bathing it in light, while in the evening creates a wonderful dining atmosphere.
|Dimensions:||10.7m (35ft) length by 8m (26½ft)|
|Ceiling height||4m (13ft)|
- Can accommodate up to 90 guests for a more intimate experience.
- 18th century Robert Adam cornices and columns and a dramatic early 17th century fireplace.
- Situated in the main Hall.
- State-of-the-art technology and presentation facilities.
- Ideal for private lunches, business meetings, conferences or private dining.
Historic room in the main hall with Robert Adam pillars and cornice and a dramatic 17th century fireplace
This room is named after Sir Richard Hutton, an eminent judge,who built the Hall in the early 17th century.
- Private dining
- Business lunches
Royal Afternoon Tea
Goldsborough Hall's Royal Afternoon Tea, including a tour of the gardens, is a magical way to spend the afternoon.
Why not make it an extra special occasion by adding a glass or two of Champagne?Read more...
The Dining Room
Fine Dining experience
The dining room is the epitome of Fine Dining in Yorkshire. All of our dishes are individually created by our head chef using the very best seasonal produce
Explore the dining room...
Explore the grounds
The gardens are open to the public for the National Garden Scheme twice a year - however, those staying at Goldsborough Hall are welcome to wander round the private royal gardens at their leisure.
Meetings & Events
To find out more about holding your event at Goldsborough Hall, please contact our events team:
Tel: +44 (0)1423 867 321
NGS Spring Opening
Sunday 2nd April 2017
Goldsborough Hall will be opening again in Sunday 2nd April 2017 for the National Garden Scheme. Garden highlights include spring bulbs, a woodland walk and a stroll up the quarter-mile long Lime Tree Walk.Read more...