Our Venues

Are you looking for a venue that’s right by a river or one that has a roof garden? Would you like a historic or classical venue for your event, or maybe somewhere that has on-site accommodation? Whatever your requirements, we’ll have a function room that’s perfect for you. And you can refine your search to quickly find exactly what you’re looking for.

The Rockingham Arms | North

The Rockingham Arms North

8 Main Street, Wentworth, South Yorkshire, S62 7TL

The Rockingham Arms is an attractive 19th century hostelry of ivy-clad honey-coloured stone, set in the heart of the South Yorkshire countryside in the picturesque village of Wentworth. Beautifully kept Yorkshire stone houses line the streets of this quaint and peaceful village, famous for the baroque and palladian splendour of Grade I listed Wentworth Woodhouse, one of the largest stately homes in Europe.

Ye Olde Starre Inne | North

Ye Olde Starre Inne North

40 Stonegate, York, YO1 8AS

A fine, traditional pub in the heart of York. One of Britain’s most visited cities, York is renowned for magnificent York Minster, beautifully preserved medieval architecture and its significant role in key events throughout England’s history.

The Watergates Bar | Chester

The Watergates Bar Chester

11-13 Watergate Street, Chester, CH1 2LB

A breathtaking underground pub on Watergate Street, beneath the historic heart of Chester. One of England’s oldest cities, Chester has both Ancient Roman and Anglo-Saxon foundations, but is famous for its magnificent medieval architecture. Our pub sits in the 12th century undercroft of The Old Crypt, which is the oldest building on Watergate Street and part of the unique Chester Rows; or simply, The Rows, as they’re known locally.

The Griffin | Leeds

The Griffin Leeds

31 Boar Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 5DF

A magnificent traditional pub in the heart of Leeds. During the 19th century, Leeds was one of England’s great industrial cities. Our pub is an exceptional Victorian building with a lively modern spirit and perfectly encapsulates the intriguing blend of past and present which makes Leeds itself so fascinating.