The Northampton Room is one of the larger meeting rooms located on the second floor. It is a more private space and is adjacent to the Lonsdale Room. The room is spacious and offers a wide range of layout styles for your event.
Northampton Square was first laid out for housing in 1832, taking its name from the local landowner, the Marquess of Northampton. The gardens were restored in 1885 by Shropshire magistrate Charles Walker, born in Clerkenwell. The bandstand in the centre of the square was built by Finsbury Borough Council in 1930. It is unusual in being a bandstand in a residential square rather than a large public park.