great hall

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Noun1.great hall - the principal hall in a castle or mansiongreat hall - the principal hall in a castle or mansion; can be used for dining or entertainment
apadana - the great hall in ancient Persian palaces
hall - a large room for gatherings or entertainment; "lecture hall"; "pool hall"
castle, palace - a large and stately mansion
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Originally entered from the side via a screens passage, this room was where Sir Thomas Holte would have conducted his business and also where his servants took their meals.
It dates to 1480 with an original 15th century hall at its core and remnants of the original screens passage.
The original core is the Great Hall of around 1480 with its cross wings and collared roof with cusped wind braces and surviving screens passage arches.