Located a short distance from the main house, with views overlooking the courtyard.
William Kent was one of the foremost landscape architects of his day. He designed the parklands of Middle Aston House in the 1750s.
This included a ha-ha to link countryside to garden, and the ‘natural’ lake that stands in the grounds today. Many of the more unusual trees (including Cedar, Sequoia, Turkey Oak, Medlar, Mulberry, and Ginka Biloba) were also part of Kent’s master plan.
You’ll find the William Kent Room in the charming old stable block behind a pretty terrace area with seating. This is ideal for outdoor coffee breaks when the weather’s fine. One of our largest rooms, it can seat up to 50 delegates theatre style.
All our rooms are equipped with projectors and screens, flip charts and WiFi.
U with Tables: 26
U Chairs Only: 40
Theatre Style: 60