Myrtle’s Courtyard at Hampton is a very pretty cluster of early Victorian farm buildings nestling in the historic parkland of the Hampton Estate.
The former milking parlour (1000sq ft internally) provides an attractive meeting/dining room with two large woodburning stoves supplying heat. In summer the large sliding doors open directly onto the courtyard. There is a small functional kitchen, wc’s including disabled and lots of parking close by. Opposite the main barn are 5 smaller stables which make up the courtyard.
Myrtles Courtyard is used for a wide variety of functions and events. It lends itself to both small intimate family gatherings-a silver wedding anniversary or special birthday celebration-and to larger conferences and exhibitions. Seating 60 in conference style with a top table is popular.
The courtyard has hosted village and community parties, lectures and fundraising events and by including the extra space the stables provide there is room for more people to enjoy the rural and atmospheric setting.
Myrtles Courtyard is reached via either Littleworth Road or Suffield lane by The Tarn Lake at Cutmill. Please see directions and map below. The postcode is GU10 1JH. (There is no access through Hampton Park for visiting traffic or deliveries.)
Myrtle’s Courtyard is a no smoking venue. Straw and hay are stored in the adjacent Dutch barns and smoking is not allowed between the parking area and the courtyard.
For more information please ring Bill or Bridget Biddell at the Hampton Estate Office on: 01483 810 465 or email: email@example.com