Richard Hawkins Room

Prosperous London Alderman Sir Richard Hawkins bought Middle Aston House in 1678. Soon afterwards, he re-fronted the East Wing, adding an extra storey. He also planted an avenue of lime trees, some of which are still growing at the side of the front lawn.

The Richard Hawkins Room is on the first floor of the main house. Overlooking the terrace, it is beautifully light and spacious and can seat up to 20 delegates theatre style, or 12 boardroom style.

You approach the first-floor rooms via an original wooden staircase. They are all kitted out with LCDs and screens, flip charts and wi-fi.

Room Information

Boardroom U with Tables U Chairs Only Theatre Style Reception Dinner / Dance
12 8 16 20