The Great Hall, where all the main meetings would have taken place, is the largest room within the building and the earliest fabric dates to 1415. It currently stands at 60ft in length and 30ft in width, with a 30 ft ceiling. This was to house the 130+ members that made up the guild at the time.
The Little Hall is a bit later and was first built in timber from 1446 - 1503.
In 1702, with the accession of Queen Anne to the throne, Henry Gyles (revivor of the art of glass painting) painted two stain glass windows that exist within the little hall.
The building is still used by the Taylors today, but can also be hired out for functions and weddings! It is a beautiful setting, set right in the centre of the city and would be an impressive place to hold business meetings, conferences, and of course to hold your special day.
Just incase you were interested, there are two other guildhalls located around the York: The Merchant Adventurers and The Guildhall.