We are very pleased to announce that one of our most popular meeting rooms, the Amy Buller Library, has now become even more popular due to its new flexibility in its layout.
The beautiful, historic Victorian table which accommodates up to 22 people around it, was not able to be moved due to its precarious table legs and inoperative mechanism. We have now restored the mechanism to its former glory and therefore able to condense the table down and allow a multitude of layouts. It can now host up to 50 guests in theatre, 30 in circle or cabaret formations.
The Library boasts magnificent views overlooking The Great Park and Estate vineyard. It was formerly Princess Helena’s (Queen Victoria’s third daughter) bedroom when she lived here from 1872 until 1923.
It takes it name, Amy Buller, after the founder of the educational foundation that still runs today. Our mission is to empower people, through dialogue and debate, to tackle the causes and effects of social division. Our charitable work is supported by the individuals and organisations who book our facilities for conferences, meetings and special events.