Phone

07855 275353

Email

music@jamduo.com

Forty Hall is a Grade 1 Listed Jacobean Manor House, nestled in leafy Enfield and set amidst an idyllic landscape.

Step in to the Hall to admire the fine architecture and stunning period rooms. Enjoy learning about the history of Forty Hall Estate through the ages and about the life of original owner Sir Nicholas Rainton. The permanent exhibition offers a range of visual and audio interpretation and displays so there are ample ways for all of the family to engage with learning about the Hall in an enjoyable way.

A range of guided tours are available for special interest groups which add value to the visit and further understanding of the Hall’s history. Tours can be themed according to interests of the group so contact us for further information.

Remember to visit the Gift Shop, located in the ground floor overlooking the back lawn, to pick up a memorable souvenir from your visit. Relax and unwind in the Nice Green Café and explore the gardens and parkland whilst you are here!

Banqueting Suite

The Banqueting Suite at Forty Hall is a truly unique venue nestled within the Forty Hall Estate it is a hidden gem within Hertfordshire. The Banqueting Suite is available to hire for Civil ceremonies, wedding receptions, private parties, corporate away days or to host any reason you may wish to celebrate!

The picturesque venue is surrounded by British countryside made up of 260 acres of parklands and woodland. Given its secluded and tranquil setting, it is hard to believe that this superb, country venue is only minutes from the M25 and A10.

This beautiful barn venue on the Hertfordshire/Middlesex border is privately owned and entirely yours on your special day. With the option to choose your own entertainment and other services, you have the flexibility to create the perfect occasion in your own exclusive venue.

Venue Details

CONTACT US

T: 020 8363 4774

E: info@fortyhall.co.uk

WHERE WE ARE

The Coach House at Forty Hall
Forty Hill
Enfield
EN2 9HA

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