Banton Room

The Banton Room is our first floor meeting space normally laid out boardroom style, but can be adapted to clients need. It has dramatic views over the fountain lake, curved straw bale walls and luxury conference chairs upholstered in nettle and wool ‘Sting’ fabric. The largest of the Corsican pine trees, which form the structure of the resource centre and support its roof, passes straight through the room. It is affectionately named ‘Bob Holmes’ after the person who erected it!

Unfortunately there is no lift to provide access to this room for anyone with mobility issues

There are separate breakout areas for small group discussions, a hearing loop with microphone, WiFi access and a flat screen presentation system.

Banton room takes its name from the original farm name – Banton House farm. It also formed the prefix of the Newsham family’s pedigree British Friesian dairy herd resulting in cow names such as Banton Consequence, Banton Mary and Banton Cascade.

Super venue, great support on the day and lovely lunch and refreshments. We couldn’t have asked for anything better

Lucy Thorne, Lancaster University

Room Seating Capacity

Seats 16
Seats 16
boardroom style for 16 cafe style for 16

The room layout is totally flexible, and can be adapted to meet your needs.

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