Bute Hall

The Bute Hall, built from 1878 to 1884, is a unique setting for an event of up to 1100 delegates theatre style or 220 for formal dining.  Situated in the main building of the University, this large traditional Hall has a stunning cathedral like ceiling, ornate stained glass windows and painted pillars. The Hall, along with the Randolph Hall, was designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott and named for John Patrick Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute, who gifted the funds for its construction.

Venue Hire Cost From:  £3450 (ex VAT) per day

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