The Shipley Room is a first floor, classically decorated room with a beautiful Adam ceiling and a Regency chandelier. The chimneypiece and door cases are from Bowood House and were installed in the 1950s.
Originally the main reception room of number 4 John Adam Street, this room now commemorates the Society's founder and Secretary from 1754 - 1757, William Shipley.
There is a linking door to the Drawing Room for holding pre-event drinks or for catering during boardroom meetings.
A 52" plasma screen is included in this space.
Additional services are available to hire including amplified speakers, video conferencing, conferencing telephone and much more.
A first floor event space ideal for smaller events, dinners and conferences. The Prince Philip Room has an Adam ceiling with painted roundels offering a stunning focus to the room which can be connected to Romney for larger events.
An elegant room with a magnificent original Adam ceiling was once the main drawing room of number 2 John Adam Street. The Romney Room now offers space for meetings, conferences, small dinners and break out spaces