Famous features of  Chavenage House are Cromwell’s Room, with its history of the English Civil War, the Great Hall, the Ballroom (an Edwardian era addition), and the Oak Room, which features elaborate oak panels dating from 1590.

Chavenage House provides personal tours, usually conducted by the owner, David Lowsley-Williams. It is also a popular conference, function and wedding venue. It can accommodate up to 300 people, with seating for up to 100 people for meals and conferences in the Ball Room.

For corporate use, a number of events can be organized, including:

clay pigeon shooting,
Land-Rover mud-plasting,
buggy racing,
murder mysteries,
and – hover racing around one of the biggest lawns in Gloucestershire.