The below rooms are ideal for those smaller business meetings or can be used to wow potential new recruits by hosting company interviews in these areas.
The Butterworth and Paterson both feature a stylish fixed-glass boardroom table to sit eight people, complete with smart chairs, plasma screen and a coffee machine for you to prepare your own pick-me-ups. The White Rose is situated on the first floor foyer area and makes an idea base as an office for a larger events.
Eldest son of the Rev. George Butterworth, Sir Alexander Butterworth was educated at Marlborough
and Solicitor to the North Eastern Railway between 1891 and 1906 before becoming General Manager of the North Eastern Railway.
Frank Paterson still lives in York and was General Manager of British Rail’s Eastern Region from 1978 to 1986. The suite that is named after him is just as welcoming and charming as the man himself.
The White Rose
Cedar Court Hotels is Yorkshire’s largest independent hotel collection, so it seemed right that one of the rooms in its flagship property should be named after the county’s iconic emblem.