Strelley Hall is an attractive period building set in parkland in the splendidly preserved Strelley Village, about 4 miles to the north-west of Nottingham. Strelley Hall was originally built as a castle about 1200 AD and had been modified substantially in the early and late 18th century and again in the 19th century. Apart from being home to a variety of businesses in its managed offices, Strelley Hall is the venue for various meetings and conferences, weddings and celebrations, as well as an annual summer fayre. Strelley Hall offers a range of rooms that can be hired on a full or half day basis. The room hire includes free use of projector and screen, white boards and subject to availability a beamer and video player. Available extras include photocopying and stationery, location maps, telephone calls and video conferencing.