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Renishaw Hall

Renishaw Park, Renishaw, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S21 3WB Show on Map Add to shortlist
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Renishaw Hall
Renishaw Hall has been the family home of the Sitwells for nearly 400 years. We have a beautiful 300-acre park, eight acres of the most important Italianate gardens in England, and a house full of treasures large and small collected over many centuries. This is open by appointment to the public for exclusive and intimate tours with knowledgeable and friendly guides to tell you about the family, the artefacts they have collected, the history of Renishaw and to answer any of your questions. Renishaw Hall Gardens make an excellent day out for families as well as garden, history and art enthusiasts. Come and spend a day, with the whole family - walk, enjoy our children's trails and magic garden, and stop for lunch in our cafe. The building is 300 yards long and overlooks the park. Rex Whistler, one of the many artists sponsored and patronised by the Sitwells at the beginning of the century, called it "the most exciting place I know". Renishaw is a perfect environment for conferences. An historic and attractive location, yet with modern equipment and experienced staff. We have room for groups of up to 70 in the Conference room in the coverted 18th-century stable block. Our experienced staff will arrange for you to have the equipment you stipulate, and supply refreshments as you require them. For further details about prices, availability and resources, please contact the Events Office.
Room Name
Max Capacity
Approx Dimensions
Boardroom
12
2.11m x 5.47m
Red Dining Room
70
7.22m x 10.76m
Rex Whistler Meeting Room
50
5.3m x 10.7m
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