This Great Hall was built in the mid 13th century � at the same time as Salisbury Cathedral � and, in the Middle Ages, was the setting for great 'feasts' or 'banquets'.

It is located within the glorious ambience of Salisbury Cathedral Close and only 200 metres from the Cathedral itself.

The Hall is elegantly proportioned with a fine timber framed roof, the original central hearth, high windows and many other original features.

A minstrels' gallery, superb acoustics and an intimate atmosphere make it a sought after venue for a wide variety of private and public events.