Upstairs Venue

Venue Hire

At Oakes Barn we have an upstairs area that is separate from the main bar.  It is open at all times to the public, but we can offer it to private parties, community groups or businesses.  Super Fast Fibre broadband WiFi is available. We offer the use of our flip chart, pens and large screen that connects via our HDMI cable.  We have multi functional charging ports on site. 

We offer the room for hire for either the lunch time/afternoon or evening periods, or by the hour if needed.  

The room is approximately 6.5 metres squared.  It has a mix of table and chairs.  It is a relaxed space, light and airy.  It can hold a maximum of 40 people.  The furniture can be re-arranged, we just ask that it is left how you found it.

We can offer a selection of food options to suit your needs; we can even decorate the room for you!  We are adaptable and can work with you if you are looking for something a little different. 

 Private Parties

£40 Deposit
Monday - Thusday & Sunday daytime

£80 Deposit
Friday - Saturday

£150 Deposit

Sunday Evening

*Spend at the bar can be deducted from deposit

Deposits must be paid within 10 days of event or may be cancelled

 Business & Corporate use

£10 per hour room hire. £15.50 per head for bottomless coffee/tea/water.  Biscuits and homemade buffet lunch.

We work with Puzzle-Room that offer a locked room style ice breaker that encourages team building spirit. £120.

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 Community Groups

Free Of Charge

We offer the area upstairs free of charge to community groups, but advanced booking should be made.

 

We ask that only food and drink that are purchased in the Barn are consumed.
 
 
 
 
 

 Please e mail our Business Development Officer, David Graham for any further information and bookings

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Or call:

01284 761592

 

Venue Photography by Shawn Pearce