With our small but professional team of staff, Afternoon Tea at Bedern Hall is the perfect opportunity for friends and family to get together and celebrate that special occasion.
With daffodils blooming in our courtyard and garden terrace, spring is firmly in the air at Bedern Hall, providing a tranquil haven for productive business meetings in the heart of York’s bustling city centre.
Summer Meetings and Conferences at Bedern Hall York
This stonebuilt 14th century Hall provides a cool, stimulating and unusual working environment, and we offer flexible in–house catering with the emphasis on all that’s best for the season – some of which will come from our own gardens.
Medieval meets Modern at Bedern Hall, with fibre broadband available via WiFi free of charge.
Here at the Hall we’ve always done things just that little bit differently and that includes how we work with businesses holding meetings and conferences with us.
So it’s a real boost to have our approach to the often formulaic world of the conference recognised by Welcome to Yorkshire and The White Rose Awards as finalists in the Business Tourism category this year.
York’s top tourism businesses celebrated in the Visit York Annual Tourism Awards event at a prestigious Black Tie ceremony, held in the Grand Station Hall of the National Railway Museum on 3rd June.
There’s lot happening at Bedern Hall as we (finally) move into summer, including Your Local Lunch on 9th June from Noon. Our allotment gardens are looking good, so we are pleased to offer some fresh food inspired by a recent visit to Italy, including broad beans braised with olive oil and mint and a grilled chicken dish with caponata.
Talk & Walk at Bedern Hall
Is a new way to add interest and value to your Meetings and Events. A complimentary History Talk and Tour of the Minster Quarter is included when booking meetings at Bedern Hall for 20 delegates or more.
Friday June 19 2015, 5.45pm to 8pm
Our annual ‘thank you’ evening for Foundation Supporters.
We are pleased to welcome Dr Simon Woodward from Leeds Beckett University who will talk about the opportunities and challenges of presenting historic properties to the public.