The Study Suite is probably the most ornate suite in the whole of the De Rougemont Manor complex and is completely original.
The suite is decorated in a period manner, the walls being covered with carved antique mahogany panelling, which also partly covers the ceiling. The panelling compliments the carved period fireplace and ornate drinks bar.
The Study Suite is generally used for small business functions of up to 20 persons, company interviews and small private dinner parties seating up to 18 guests. The Study Suite gained its name from the founding family owners who used it as a study and office. It is said that Major General Cecil De Rougemont liked nothing better than to sit in this study browsing through the society column of The Times.
Layouts and Capacities
- Seated banquet style – 20 person seating capacity