Meeting Rooms

Pendennis has a choice of areas to hire including its towering 16th century keep, expansive lawns for marquees and meeting rooms within a former Edwardian barracks.

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Lower Gun Room

Crossing a stone bridge, your guests enter the castle keep through a wonderful arched doorway with a heavy wooden door and portcullis, topped by the Tudor royal coat of arms. Inside, the unusual octagonal shape of the Lower Gun Room with its thick granite walls and warm wooden flooring, provides an enchanting setting for drinks and canapés.

Drinks: 120 people

Royal Artillery Barracks

Just a short walk beyond the Tudor keep stands the Royal Artillery Barracks, built in 1901 to house the Royal Garrison Artillery. It is now converted into a newly refurbished smart self-contained suite, with its own private reception area, where you can register your guests. It contains three wheelchair accessible rooms with disabled toilets and hearing loops.

The Killigrew Room

The Killigrew Room is the largest of the three and is especially suited to dining or for daytime conferences. The Melvill and Arundell rooms are great as breakout and/or refreshment rooms. For dinners, they all work equally well as bar and dancing/chill out areas.

Drinks: 180 people
Dining: 120 people
Dining and Dancing: 80 people
Conference (theatre): 100 people
Meeting: 30 people

The Melvill Room

This bright airy room has spectacular sea views on 3 sides and is our most popular choice for board meetings. It also makes a stunning space for evening meals and drinks.

Drinks: 60 people
Dining: 50 people
Conference (theatre): 60 people
Meeting: 22 people

Arundell Room

This versatile space is great for meetings, dinners, workshops and networking events and offers views over the beaches of Falmouth.

Drinks: 60 people
Dining: 50 people
Conference (theatre): 60 people
Meeting: 26 people

Marquees

Within the grounds, a large lawned area provides ample room for marquee events on a grand scale, set against the spectacular backdrop of the castle, which is floodlit by night.

Drinks: 2,000 people
Dining: 1,500 people
Dining and Dancing: 1,000 people
Conference (theatre): 1,500 people
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