Venue Details  

CHURCHILL COLLEGE
contact:Gillian Dickinson
address:Storeys Way

city:Cambridge
county:Cambridgeshire
region:East of England
postcode:CB3 0DS
tel:01223 336233
fax:01223 336180
 
emailconferences@chu.cam.ac.uk
websitewww.chu.cam.ac.uk

RATES FROM
24 hour rate (standard):102.40
24 hour rate (ensuite):120.50
Day rate:22.50
Group BB rate (standard):on app
Group BB rate (ensuite):on app
 
MAXIMUM CAPACITIES - YEAR ROUND
ensuite roomsstandard roomsmeeting capacitydining seateddining buffet
00300400350

MAXIMUM CAPACITIES - VACATION TIME
ensuite roomsstandard roomsmeeting capacitydining seateddining buffet
115235300400350

AVAILABILITY NOTES

2005: 3 - 14 Jan, 22 Mar - 22 Apr, 3 Jul - 30 Sep, 11 Dec - 13 Jan
2006: 2 - 13 Jan, 20 - 21 Mar, 3 Jul - 29 Sep


VENUE DESCRIPTION

Set in 42 acres of open parkland, the College was founded in 1960 and is the National Memorial to Sir Winston Churchill. Residential accommodation is provided for up 300 delegates in modern, spacious three-storey residential courts that encircle the main College buildings. Churchill College is situated in the North West corner of the city close to Junction 13 of the M11 and A14.

BEDROOM DESCRIPTION

Residential accommodation for up to 300 delegates in modern spacious three-storey residential courts that encircle the main College buildings. A number of bedrooms have ensuite facilities.

MEETING DESCRIPTION

Purpose built theatre and meeting rooms for 10 - 300 delegates, all benefitting from modern audio visual equipment and disabled access provision.

RESTAURANT / BAR DESCRIPTION

The impressive Dining Hall on the first floor caters for both large conference dinners and smaller private dining to a high standard. A fully licensed bar provides a spacious area for relaxing and conversation.

LEISURE FACILITIES

The College is set in 42 acres of open parkland just ten minutes walk from the city centre. Facilities available include squash and tennis courts and a multi-gym.

DIRECTIONS

Churchill College is situated in the north west corner of the City one mile from junction 13 of the M11 and A14. The railway station offers a frequent service to London and Stansted airport is within 30 minutes.

SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS

Historic City of Cambridge. Newmarket. Imperial War Museum at Duxford. Ely Cathedral. Historic Houses. Norfolk Broads and Suffolk Wool Towns.

ACCREDITATIONS



OTHER INFORMATION

Churchill College is the National Memorial to Sir Winston Churchill which affords delegates the opportunity to visit the Churchill Archives Centre and to view some of the most important and fascinating documents of the twentieth century.