The Tudor Great Hall is the crowning experience of any stay at Fawsley Hall. High ceilings, full-length windows offering expansive vistas of the estate and stylish furniture create a sense of grandeur fit for any occasion.
Sir Edmund Knightley commissioned the building of the Great Hall in 1537 in the traditional open hall style of the period. Its fine roof was removed in 1966 but reconstructed in 1988 using an engraving from 1816 and a few surviving beams. Today, guests can enjoy morning coffee, elevenses, lunches, afternoon tea and stronger options such as Champagne, evening cocktails and late-night digestifs in this magnificent room.
Just off from the Tudor Great Hall is our cosy conservatory which overlooks the Courtyard. Wooden beams, soft lighting and comfortable furniture make it the perfect place to settle in with a good book.