The ‘Germain Rooms’ building dates from 1718.  It is made from traditional Northamptonshire Limestone, is Grade 2 listed, with a Collyweston slate roof and has recently been restored.  It is located in the centre of the ancient village of Lowick, listed in the Doomsday Book. 

The ‘Germain Rooms’ building is available to hire and due to its configuration is very versatile.  There are two separate function rooms, large and small, which can be adjoined to make an even larger L-shaped room by the pushing back of the Victorian bi-fold doors.

The rooms are painted in muted tones, with high white ceilings and polished wood flooring.  There is a newly fitted kitchen and two separate toilets, one with disabled features.  There are two outdoor areas.  The larger has a gravelled area and will accommodate a large marquee further extending the available indoor space.  The smaller area is laid to lawn. 

Near the building is a beautiful 14th century church, with medieval stained glass windows.  Also, the 16th century village gastro pub, The Snooty Fox, is less than a minute walk away.  The use of the rooms is therefore ideal for christening and other family parties, weddings and anniversary celebrations as well as business conferences, meetings and educational/ recreational lectures and classes.

In order to hire the rooms please either email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or visit where you will find a link for the Germain Rooms. 

Any queries, please call 01832 735585. 

Lowick ‘Germain Rooms’