DYLAN ROOM Dylan is located on the Ground Floor, it has a contemporary design, with coloured glass panels and is centrally heated. Approximately 3.2m x 3.3m, Dylan is an intimate space. It can seat 6 around a small table. This room is best suited for office space, particularly interviews and one-to-one meetings. Cost per hour: £15 residents | £20 voluntary sector | £25 standard Also see: Owen Room | Equiano Room View availability & book online >> TESTIMONIALS "Our previous use of the Dylan Room allowed for us to conduct one to one meetings with participants who were referred to us and provided us with a confidential meeting space to discuss personal matters with young people and their families. It also provided a comfortable and friendly space which was welcoming to our participants despite the sensitive subject we were covering." - Jared Gray - Programme Coordinator HERITAGE Dylan Thomas 1914 – 1953) was a Welsh poet and writer. He frequented at The Wheatsheaf is a pub in Rathbone Place, which was popular with London's bohemian set in the 1930s. It is also where he fell in love at first sight with Caitlin Macnamara, a chorus girl and the daughter of a poet.