The Guildhall

is situated in Bath’s town centre and is a luxurious venue for dinners, weddings, meetings and small to medium-sized conferences. The Guildhall’s Banqueting room can provide catering for up to 200 people for a dinner or 360 for a wedding ceremony.

The exquisite decor makes it a sought-after location for period films and dramas. The chandeliers date from the 18th century and original royal portraits adorn the walls. More recently The Queen had lunch here during her 2002 Jubilee visit to Bath.

The Bath Guildhall is available for hire during the day and evening and is also suitable for VIP events requiring high security. For drinks receptions, up to 250 people can be catered for, with adjoining rooms offering more space if required.

The Guildhall in Bath, Somerset, England was built between 1775 and 1778 by Thomas Baldwin to designs by Thomas Warr Attwood. It was extended by John McKean Brydon in 1893. It has been designated as a Grade I listed building. Wikipedia

The Guildhall Bath

High St, City Centre,

Bath BA1 5AW

 01225 394041