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24 July 2014
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Trinity Hall

01223 764444

Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 1TJ

Cambridgeshire

Key Venue Details

  • Function Rooms: 10
  • Max Meeting: 100
  • Max Dinner: 150
  • Max Reception: 150
  • Bedrooms: 230

Trinity Hall Selections

Facilities

  • Croquet
  • Garden or courtyard
  • River or Lake on site
  • Team building facilities

Venue Review of Trinity Hall

Occupying a riverine location on the Backs for more than six centuries, Cambridge’s fifth oldest college now finds itself at the forefront of the university’s year-round events offer. In an atmosphere of unparalleled academic excellence, the business ideas should flow as smoothly as the Cam. Up to 80 delegates can be inspired in Trinity Hall’s light and airy Graham Storey Room, while the wood-panelled Leslie Stephen Room – named after Virginia Woolf’s father – overlooks the college’s Front Court and can accommodate up to 35. Meals can be served in the 14th-century dining hall, which was newly refurbished for 2014 but retains medieval features such as stained-glass crests and a minstrel’s gallery. Smaller groups might prefer the Chetwode Room, where they’ll find high-backed leather chairs and a long mahogany table decked out with the finest silver tableware.

Capacities

Function RoomMeetingDinnerReception
Dining Hall100150150
Aula Bar & Crescent Room--150
Lecture Theatre100--
Terrace Room--100
Graham Storey Room8060100
Leslie Stephen Room353540
Bridgetower Room353040
Chetwode Room171735
P Seminar Room16--
Robin Hayes Room101010

Capacities

Function RoomMeetingDinnerReception
Dining Hall100150150
Aula Bar & Crescent Room--150
Lecture Theatre100--
Terrace Room--100
Graham Storey Room8060100
Leslie Stephen Room353540
Bridgetower Room353040
Chetwode Room171735
P Seminar Room16--
Robin Hayes Room101010

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