Drapers’ Hall is Coventry’s finest Regency building, purpose built for the Drapers’ Guild in 1832 with an ornately decorated Ballroom, Tea Room and Reading Room.
A stunning building situated in the heart of the city’s Cathedral Quarter, it reflects Coventry’s historic status as the home of the most important Drapers’ organisation outside of London and captures the glamour and splendour of the early 19th century.
The venue is accessible with a lift, accessible toilets and an induction loop as well as a DDA level bar top and two refuge points.
Local food and beverage provider Dhillon’s Brewery, will take care of your booking with bespoke capabilities per event.
Use of Drapers’ Hall (Ballroom, Tearoom, meeting rooms or full venue) can include the following:
- PA system, with sound engineer
- Large round tables for seated events
- Chairs (up to 160)
- Bar and bar staff
- Hot and cold food
- Tea and Coffee
- Projector, screen
- Box office
- Dressing room
Drapers’ Hall is also licensed for weddings.
Full venue specification can be found here.
Sat Nav Destination: CV1 5RN
There is no car parking on the site. The nearest car parks are either:
(The new) Salt Lane multi-story car park (CV1 2GY) is located just five minutes’ walk away. For further information please see here.
Grove Street car park (CV1 5AG) is located underneath the ring road, just five minutes walk away. For further information please see here.
There are a two Blue Badge parking bays on Bayley Lane.
Visit Drapers Hall
Drapers’ Hall plays host to a music and events programme befitting the splendour of this newly restored Regency building in the heart of Coventry’s historic Cathedral Quarter.
Stay with us
Stay in some of the West Midlands’ most important historic buildings. Spend the night in a fairy-tale medieval gatehouse, or one of four gorgeous timber-framed cottages in the city centre.
To contact the team at Drapers’ Hall please fill in the below contact form.