The Jameson Room
Perfect for small receptions, presentations and meetings, the Jameson Room offers a comforting, calming ambience
Named after British colonial statesman Sir Leander Starr Jameson, friend of Cecil Rhodes and one of his first Trustees, the Jameson Room is more modest than the Milner Hall and is therefore the perfect place for business meetings, presentations, dinners and receptions.
The room can be entered through a door at the end of the magnificent oak-panelled gallery or directly from the Milner Hall. Once inside its book-lined walls, a comforting sense of ambience settles upon you and you can’t help but be drawn to the focal point of the room—a magnificent, stone-mullioned, bay window overlooking the west lawn.
- All windows can be easily curtained
- All rooms are interconnected
- All rooms have three-phase power
- All rooms look out onto the gardens
- There is access to all rooms and the gardens for visitors with disabilities.