Our grand old lady was rebuilt in 1901 housing the Corporation Arms (which later became the Farmer’s Arms) and the White Cross Hotel. This was the former site of the Corporation Toll House, collecting levies from traders on their way to market in Lancaster.
In 2007 Daniel Thwaites invested substantially to develop the two pubs in to one – known as Penny Street Bridge.
Refurbished in 2015 and re-named the Toll House Inn, we’re proud of our long history and heritage, offering the warmest of welcomes to travellers and traders visiting our beautiful city of Lancaster. The Inn itself has wonderfully high ceilings which make it feel light and modern. But, the period features are very much retained and can be seen everywhere from the listed staircase to servant bell hooks and stained glass windows.
THE COUNTING ROOM
Our meeting room can seat 12-14 people in a board room set up and 18 people in other formats. The room is spacious and fully equipped with a large flat screen TV, ideal for presentations or screening a film on.
Room hire is very affordable for either a full or a half day, however if you choose to dine with us, room hire is complimentary! Our restaurant and bar offers a wide range of refreshments, sandwiches, salads and light bites ideal for refuelling.
So if you are looking for meeting rooms in Lancaster, look no further. Give us a call on 01524 599900 and see what we can do for you!