This magnificent venue includes the exclusive use of the main floor of the house, three levels of terraces, as well as the immediate grounds of the house.
For a stand-up reception with casual seating, or for a wedding ceremony only, Cecil Green Park can accommodate a maximum of 200 guests. For a seated lunch or dinner we are able to accommodate up to 110 guests on the terrace and 140 guests inside the house. The capacities decrease in the winter months
Please note that Fire Marshall regulations do not allow the maximum capacities to be exceeded.
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Originally the drawing room of the house with a breathtaking view, this elegant space is dignified by elaborate plasterwork moldings in the 18th Century style. The marble-wrapped fireplace provides the focal point to the three inter-connecting reception rooms. The inlaid hardwood floor extends throughout the reception rooms of the house.
The Yorkeen Room is used for ceremonies, receptions or business meetings. It can accommodate up to 100 guests seated theatre-style. The room holds 9 round tables, with 6 guests per table, or up to 90 guests seated at 8’ tables set up banquet-style.
A spacious room paneled in rare Australian walnut, with glass-fronted bookcases and original leaded glass, the Langara Room is open to a second floor Minstrels’ Gallery, the carving of which took a master craftsman a year to complete. The carving depicts the oak leaves of England (from which the Davis family originated), the maple leaf of Canada, as well as the interlaced Knots of Brotherhood, the insignia of the Arts and Craft movement on which many of the architectural features of the house, both inside and out, are based. There is a working gas log fireplace in the room.
Located between the Yorkeen and Kanakla reception rooms, this in a perfect room in which guests can mingle or extend seating from the Yorkeen room for larger events
Formerly the dining room of the house, this room is paneled in flame mahogany with an original stained glass window. A fire log in original mahogany and black marble accent the gas fireplace to the ambience.
The Kanakla Room can seat 90 guests theatre-style and is used for meetings as well as for wedding ceremonies, particularly during inclement weather. A buffet is generally located in the Kanakla Room as it is adjacent to the service area. The room is also used for dancing or other celebration events.
Separate from the reception rooms, the Library was used by the first owner to house his collection of law books – the largest in privately held collection at the time. The room is the perfect venue for private meetings.The oak paneling and glass-fronted bookcases lend an ambience of quiet retreat, enhanced by the a fire log in the magnificent brick and hand-stamped tiled Art Deco fireplace.
Along with the Yorkeen and Kanakla Rooms, the Library is equipped with an internet connection via computer ports or modem. There is also a telephone jack in each room.
Formerly the billiard room of the house, it is ideal for meetings or as a break-out space, the Boardroom is independent of the main floor reception rooms. It can be rented on an hourly basis, is set up conference-table style and can comfortably accommodate up to 20.
The Boardroom has a separate entrance, a private washroom, as well a complimentary telephone for local calls and is equipped for an internet connection via a computer port or modem. Cecil Green Park has some items of A/V equipment also available for rent.