One of the finest Elizabethan houses in England, Wollaton Hall is a grade 1 Listed building designed by Robert Smythson and built in 1588 by wealthy coal baron Sir Francis Willoughby.
A magnificent formal Elizabethan Great Hall, featuring beautiful stone screen archways and a superb hammer beam ceiling. It has excellent acoustics making it ideal for musical events whilst the Willoughby Room is an elegant first floor room, suitable for a more intimate reception. It can be used on its own or is an ideal setting for pre-dinner drinks in conjunction with the Great Hall. Wollaton Hall offers an ideal setting for meetings, seminars or training events.