Wentworth Woodhouse

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Rooms & Spaces

The Marble Saloon 
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The Marble Saloon at Wentworth is quite simply one of the UK’s most impressive spaces available for events. Entering the Saloon from the neoclassical Staircase, guests are left spellbound by the 60ft square and 40 ft high hall, complete with a 10 ft wide gallery which circles the full 360 degrees and completes this incredible room.

CAPACITY 300 GUESTS
*WHERE HIRED IN CONJUNCTION WITH ADDITIONAL SPACE OR ROOM HIRE.

The Van Dyke Room 
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A wonderful setting for a more intimate occasion, the Van Dyke Room stands out in the house due to its exceptional plaster-work, executed by Joseph Rose Senior and his brother Jonathan, and the outstanding chimneypiece with Grinling Gibbons style carvings.

CAPACITY 20 GUESTS

The Whistle Jacket Room 
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Originally planned as the Dining Room & measuring some 40 feet square, the Whistle Jacket Room is great for entertaining, brimming with impressive features. The ceiling and walls are of stucco work & heavily gilded. A panel on the north wall used to contain the equestrian Stubbs portrait of Whistlejacket, the celebrated racehorse belonging to the 2nd Marquess of Rockingham.

CAPACITY 100 GUESTS

The Pillared Hall
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Although guests of note would traditionally arrive at the Marbled Saloon, the usual and more frequently used route to the house was via the Pillared Hall & benefits from ground floor access directly from the front of house. This Palladian space with its rows of plain Tuscan Columns supports the floor of the Saloon above.

CAPACITY 150 GUESTS

The Painted Drawing Room
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Another great space accessible from the ground floor is The Painted Drawing Room, which always creates a talking point for guests. The wall paintings are on canvas stretched on frames and depict “the five senses”. Many are original works by either Jean Francois Clermont or Andien de Clermont.

CAPACITY 60 GUESTS