Room Hire in Cambridge
If you need a venue in Cambridge and you're not planning to offer catering, we offer a variety of unique spaces available on a room hire only basis, so if you need a space to get your team together, to hold a business meeting, an interview, or a briefing we can help you find a venue for an event.
Our portfolio offers the best Cambridge event spaces so whether you need space for 2 or 1000 guests, we can check availability for you at the venues that meet your specification - best of all, our service is free of charge and there's no obligation to book.
If you need a space to host a hybrid meeting in Cambridge, we can help with that too.
Tell us what you need here and our experienced team will check availability and present your options back to you quickly.
We are here to save you time and to help you find the perfect location.
All of the Cambridge Colleges have in-house catering teams and would be happy to discuss any special requirements that you have, including catering for special diets and cultural events. Therefore, in general, it is only possible to use a space at the Colleges if catering is pre-booked with the main meeting room.
You might like to take a look at the Halls for Hire website, which lists village and church halls available for hire throughout Cambridgeshire.
Can I use Cambridge University for my event/meeting/conference?
Yes. Anyone is able to use a Cambridge University meeting space by hiring the venue. Whether it be a conference, event or meeting. Please use our enquiry form to get started.
How expensive is a conference?
This depends on the size, duration and requirements of the conference. To see average pricings across our academic venues for 2023, take a look at our price guide.
What are small meetings rooms called?
Small meeting rooms are often referred to as huddle rooms or syndicate rooms. These rooms may be equipped with audio and video capabilities that can be used for smaller scale meetings.
What is the difference between a conference room and a meeting room?
The main difference between conference rooms and meeting rooms are size and purpose. Conference rooms are typically larger and have AV setups for presentations and lectures. Meeting rooms are smaller, built for collaborative work and more intimate meetings.
How do I choose a meeting room?
This depends on what you looking to achieve from the meeting, how many people you are expecting and what your budget is. You can see a list of our venues with details of their rooms here.
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