Tyringham Hall

Tyringham Hall is a beautiful Grade I listed English stately home built by Sir John Soane with gardens and garden buildings by Sir Edwin Lutyens. Ideally situated in magnificent parkland approximately 5 miles from the picturesque town of Olney and Junction 14 of the M1, the local area is also steeped in history, with Althorp, Woburn Abbey, Easton Neeston, Castle Ashby and Stowe all within easy reach

Quintessentially English yet with a contemporary twist such as the quirky Marrakesh style media screening room, Tyringham also boasts 28 individually decorated bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms. The four reception rooms on the ground floor – the Music Room, Drawing Room, Dining Room and Library, all have exquisite ornate marble fireplaces and tall sash windows, making them the perfect setting for your event.

For more information about holding your event at Tyringham Hall please contact a member of the office team.