From a family home to the location of the Draper's Guild, and now a venue space for your next event... welcome to Dalecote House

Originally built in 1878 as a private residence for the Twist family, Dalecote House is an imposing Victorian property located in the heart of Coventry.

Among the many threads of Dalecote House's rich history are Coventry's notorious bombing raids, the Coventry Fellowship of Drapers Guild and, more recently, several masonic lodges.

Walking back through time
Stepping through the door into the main House is like going back in time, with many of the furnishings from the Drapers Guild still housed in the building and lovingly maintained so that visitors may make use of them.

Dalecote House's atmosphere is filled with character and a history that modern buildings simply can't match.

These rooms are a delight to use and very flexible in practise.

From the character and sunny aspect of the Drapers Reading Room, with its octagonal central table, to the elegant and imposing Warwick Dining Room, where formal meals are often held, there's a space for every occasion.

We're here for you

From meetings to fine dining, banquets to conferences, we have the perfect space for you.