"The Lyme Assembly Rooms "

The Lyme Assembly Hall, from Constance Hill's Jane Austen: Her Homes & Her Friends
Public DomainThe Lyme Assembly Hall, from Constance Hill's Jane Austen: Her Homes & Her Friends
The Lyme Assembly Rooms are described thus by a visitor in 1901:

"We visited the room by day-light, and felt almost as if it were afloat, for nothing but blue sea and sky was to be seen from its many windows. From the wide recessed window at the end, however, we got a glimpse of the sands and of the harbour and Cobb beyond." (source)