Nestled in the Bedfordshire countryside Steppingley hides a quaint village hall.
Built in 1851 on the corner of Rectory Rd, in the heart of the community, this idyllic village hall is ideal for private parties, functions and meetings.
It is easy to find being situated next to the French Horn, and backs on to the Recreation Ground which has a cricket pitch and children’s playground.
This well maintained hall can accommodate up to 41 people seated or 81 standing.
With its high ceilings and timber floors, the hall has many charming features including wooden lead diamond windows, so typical with the buildings of this time in the area.
There is a fully fitted kitchen with oven, hob, microwave and fridge and a good supply of crockery.
The kitchen is designed to provide an excellent area for preparation and service of food and drink.
There are good quality tables and chairs – which you can configure any way you require.
Amenities also incorporate good toilet facilities including those for the disabled.
Outside there is a private gravelled courtyard.
Steppingley Village Hall, Steppingley, Beds, MK45 5AT
The hall is located on Rectory Road, next to the French Horn pub, in the middle of the village.