PRIVATE HIRE

Looking for a private space to tarry and dine? Whether it’s 1 room or the entire venue. We are ready to party with you.

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THE OLD LION & TAP

Our pub within a pub, The Old Lion & Tap is a tip of the hat to the various other names our beautiful pub has been called over the centuries. Many local people will remember The Henry Tudor Inn when it was The Old Lion & Tap, and it’s important to us to preserve those memories and keep telling the stories.

The Old Lion & Tap offers privacy from the rest of the pub and is the perfect cosy hideout for a meeting or a get-together with friends. It’s not just room itself that makes The Old Lion & Tap particularly desirable… it also features its own draught beer line, so you can pour Green Monkey’s* to your heart’s content without once having to queue at the bar! Other features include a sound system, adjustable lighting, and the option for a big screen TV for private screening parties or presentations.

Suitable for 20 people seated

FEES & MINIMUM SPEND

*The below fees do not include the ‘pour your own’ beer, which will be an additional charge

Monday to Thursday
No hire fee

Friday 12 – 5pm
No hire fee

Friday & Saturday 5 – 11pm
No hire fee for 18 plus guests / less than 18 guests £150

Saturday & Sunday 12 – 5pm
No hire fee for 18 plus guests / less than 18 guests £150

Sunday 5 – 10pm
No hire fee* kitchen closed so must be arranged with Head Chef

THE EARL’S QUARTER

This is our smallest room to hire, however it is by far the most famous. The Earl’s Quarter is named as such because in the Summer of 1485 the Earl Of Richmond spent the night in this very room before marching with his army to The Battle of Bosworth. The Earl would go on to win the battle, defeating the forces of Richard III and from then on taking The Crown as Henry VII, first king of The Tudor Dynasty.

The Earl’s Quarter no longer has any lodgings, but it is certainly still fit for royalty. With a stunning antique fourteen-seater table and original 14 th century stained glass window, this is the perfect setting for a special private dining experience. You and your party will receive the full royal treatment and will be waited on for the duration of your time at The Earl’s Quarter, so no queues at the bar! It also has its own sound system, so when dinner evolves into a party
you’re in the right place.

Suitable for 12 people seated

FEES & MINIMUM SPEND

Monday to Thursday
No hire fee

Friday 12 – 5pm
No hire fee

Friday & Saturday 5 – 11pm
£50 hire fee

Saturday & Sunday 12 – 5pm
£50 hire fee

Sunday 5 – 10pm
No hire fee* kitchen closed so must be arranged with Head Chef

THE TOP FLOOR

Despite its somewhat unimaginative name, The Top Floor is the most architecturally beautiful room, with striking Medieval wooden beams wowing you the moment you enter. This is our largest and most versatile events space and comes all singing all dancing with its own  kitchen, sound system and fully stocked bar (serving our full selection of draught beer).

If you need a venue to impress, this is the space for you. We would recommend The top Floor for weddings, awards nights, birthday parties, Christmas parties, sit down meals of more than sixteen guests, and anything you may need a knockout venue for.

Suitable for 60 people seated / 80 people standing

FEES & MINIMUM SPEND

*The below fees do not include the ‘pour your own’ beer, which will be an additional charge

Monday to Thursday
No hire fee & no minimum spend

Friday 12 – 5pm
No hire fee & no minimum spend

Friday & Saturday 5 – 11pm
No hire fee & £1000 minimum spend
OR
£100 hire fee & £500 minimum spend

Saturday & Sunday 12 – 5pm
No hire fee & £500 minimum spend

Sunday 5 – 10pm
No hire fee & £250 minimum spend *kitchen closed so must be arranged with Head Chef

THE ENTIRE VENUE

Our entire venue consists of three floors, two bars, two kitchens, five separate dining areas,
nine booths, and over one hundred covers. If you can dream up an event that would require
our entire venue, we want to hear it.

FEES & MINIMUM SPEND

All enquiries must be discussed with senior management.