Whatever your need, whether a function for a private gathering, a corporate event, charity dinner or wedding Healing Manor can help.
Healing Manor has four main function areas within the hotel complex:
Taking its name from a former owner Viscount Portman, the Portman is the main bar and restaurant.
Seating around 85 the restaurant is furnished with an eclectic mixture of tables and chairs, has an open grate fire, and comfortable seating with windows overlooking the grounds reflecting the feel of an English country house.
It also has access on to the patio and into the grounds.
The Cadogan Suite is named after another well known estate owning family (which also like the Portmans' has an eponymous London Square) and is the main function room specifically designed for weddings and large gatherings.
The Cadogan Suite seats around 150 guests but can be split into two smaller rooms through the use of built in partition doors. It offers guests a private bar and patio area, built in sound and lighting system and a projector and screen. It makes a perfect setting for both formal and informal parties and corporate functions.
The residents' lounge on the ground floor is named the Cure-All Lounge after the Grand National winner, which was trained at Healing. The Lounge has a fine display of old prints and paintings reflecting the link with horse racing and hunting. See our history page for the full story of Cure-All’s National win.
The Cure-All Lounge is open to both residents and non residents to relax and enjoy a drink, whether it be a hot beverage with friends or a pre-meal drink before being seated in our Portman Restaurant.
It is suitable for hiring for intimate meetings or smaller gatherings.
The Barn complex is an exceptional venue suitable for civil ceremonies, weddings, private lunches and dinners, as well as other functions which justify an incomparable setting.
It is difficult to find photographs that do the Barn justice such is its scale and style so we invite you to view to see the Barn for yourself. We really do believe that you will not be disappointed.
The original part of the building is the barn, which was built in the 1700s and has a York stone flagged floor and is suitable to use as a chapel.
Attached to it is a large function room with a bar, kitchen and service area. This area was constructed from the buildings which made up the blacksmith's forge, gardener's office and stores.