Look to either the floor or the ceiling in this beautiful room and the eye is rewarded.
Underfoot is a magnificent, densely-woven carpet, the second largest single-loom carpet in the British Isles, depicting the arms of Trinity House.
Above, the ceiling reveals a vivid, allegorical scene painted originally by J F Rigaud and first restored in 1850 by the famous pre-Raphaelite artist, William Holman Hunt.
Receptions and lunches
The courtroom, bathed in light from the floor to ceiling windows overlooking Trinity Square, provides a splendid space for pre-lunch or dinner receptions and board meetings.
|Width||24'4"||7.3 m m|
|Lunch / dinner formal||40|
| Theatre style|
(front / back projection)