We are celebrating the official opening of prestigious new facilities in the grounds of the Grade I listed building.
Madingley Hall, home to the University of Cambridge’s Institute of Continuing Education and a major Conference Centre, welcomed Professor John Rallison, the University’s Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education, to cut the ribbon and declare The Courtyard Suite officially open today (Thursday 19th April).
With a flexible and self-contained range of facilities to suit a wide range of events, The Courtyard Suite offers a large meeting area, to accommodate a total of 70 delegates theatre style which can also be divided by a soundproofed partition to give two rooms for 40 and 20 people respectively.
Other spaces include a second syndicate room which can be used for meetings for up to 30 delegates or refreshments. All areas have full disabled access, state-of-the-art AV facilities including projection and filming capability and free wi-fi. The building was formerly the Coach House to the Hall, dating back to the mid 18th Century.
Ian Willis, Director of Operations at Madingley Hall said: “The new Courtyard Suite is an exciting addition to our existing facilities in the main building and is already providing popular with clients who are looking for exclusive use for their event. Not only can we provide this private high quality facility but we also have extensive on-site car parking – all in a very attractive setting within the grounds of the Hall.”