Celebrate, and experience a table laden with produce, and splendour not seen since Mary herself was Queen of England. (OK, it was only relatively briefly, but it still counts.) The gracious and enchanting setting is sought after for weddings, anniversaries, and birthdays – with good reason. But in the blink of an eye, or imperious wave of the hand, it transforms effortlessly into a corporate presentation room with state-of-the-art-sound and visual equipment.

It’s named after Master Nicholas Ridley. Paris-educated and a snappy dresser (for the 1550s) he came from a fine family and lived a high-profile academic life until his unfortunate run in with Mary. (It ended badly…) Today, we’d like to think that they would’ve enjoyed sitting here, having a steak together. Rather than sending him to the stake.

So, make merry. Or share ideas.

As always, we’re here to serve.

Bookings essential.