Chawton House Library, set within a quintessentially English manor house and a beautiful idyllic, rural location provides a unique and magnificent backdrop to entertain your guests and associates.
Chawton House Library, as a registered charity and internationally-recognised learning and research centre, conserves a unique collection of early women’s writing (1600-1830) within the Elizabethan manor house once owned by Jane Austen’s brother, Edward Knight. Visitors to the Library can enjoy the ‘Great House’, referred to in Jane Austen’s letters, now sensitively restored, relax in the peace and tranquillity of the gardens and find inspiration in the lives and works of our women writers.
We know that every company or organisation is different, so we work closely with you to deliver a range of bespoke options that suit your objectives and budget, and offer outstanding sponsorship, entertainment and networking opportunities.
To find out how associating your company or organisation with Chawton House Library can benefit your business, please contact our Development and Communications Manager using the contact form or telephone 01420 541010.