Glowing gold and crimson in winter, overflowing with scented flowers in summer, St John’s Gate and its Cloister Garden are perfect venues in which to celebrate the British seasons.
The historic rooms are simultaneously grand and intimate, providing an ideal location for receptions, dinners, lunches, lectures, concerts, conferences and meetings.
At Christmas, the Chapter Hall blazes with colour and its enormous chandelier sparkles. In the spring, the Cloister Garden bursts into flower and, by midsummer, its shady benches are surrounded by swathes of lavender, roses, thyme, sage and lilies.
The Museum of the Order of St John is licensed for marriages to take place in the Chapter Hall and Council Chamber. Built in 1504 and with interiors designed by John Oldrid Scott, both spaces are breathtaking. They are decorated with paintings dating from the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries, exquisite stained glass and antique furniture.
The following events rooms are as follows: The Chapters hall, The Council chamber, The Old Chancery, The priors dining room, The Galleries, The Priory Church, The crypt of the Priory Church,Packages
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