Webster's Ropery

Ropery Road, Sunderland, SR4 6DJ
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Webster’s Ropey is a unique 18th century Grade 11 listed building built in 1793. The building has an exciting blend of heritage and history as once a world’s busiest rope house making ropes for the shipping building industry operated by Mr Webster.

It has been sensitively decorated and tastefully restored to keep the character of this wonderful building. Still with the original open beams, exposed brickwork and stonework, the original brass handrails, the open fire place makes it a perfect venue for a wedding, celebration or private party

The venue set on the bank of the River Wear has a large outside space with seating and exceptional views over the river. Cobbled paths with trees and shrubs offer great photograph opportunities along with the backdrop of the building. The grounds are very private with a secluded, tranquil setting along with private parking. The venue is away from the hustle and bustle yet close to major roads and short access to the town centre.

The Banqueting Suite is the perfect room for a wedding breakfast reception and can hold up to 84 guests. The room comes with natural daylight, magnificent views overlooking the river, the grounds and surrounding areas. It is a quirky traditional room with the old Ropery theme to it. It still has the restored wooden ceiling beams with crystal chandelier hanging down twinkling in the daylight, open stonework and private bar facilities. This room gives off a lovely atmosphere and has a great feel to it.