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Wesley House

The Dining Room
Modern Space in an Academic Venue
The Teaching Room
The Entrance Foyer

Located right in the centre of Cambridge, Wesley House offers a perfect location for meetings of up to 34 people (board room style) and lectures of 40-50. The dining room seats up to 64 people for formal dinners.

The College also has a meeting room which seats up to 10 people and can be used as a breakout space or for smaller meetings.

Wesley House provides an attractive contemporary space with feature windows at either end giving views of a traditional Cambridge Court at one end and a townscape of Jesus Lane and Malcolm Street from the other.

Other than students accessing the library, you will have exclusive use of the building for your event.

Wesley House has a recommended catering company that you can use for your event catering.

Rooms and Accommodation

  • Rooms
  • Accommodation
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Bedroom

Breakout Areas

Theatre
Layout
Classroom
Layout
U-Shape
Layout
Boardroom
Layout
Cabaret
Layout
Dimensions
The Dining Room
70
24
31
34
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Width: -
Length: -
The Teaching Room
-
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10
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Width: -
Length: -

Dining Rooms

Max Diners
Room Width
Room Length
The Dining Room
64
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Main Meeting Rooms

Theatre Layout
Classroom layout
U-Shape Layout
Boardroom Layout
Cabaret Layout
Dimensions
The Dining Room
70
24
31
34
-
Width: -
Length: -
The Teaching Room
-
-
-
10
-
Width: -
Length: -

Wesley House Accommodation

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In 2016 all bedrooms were either extensively refurbished or newly built to high standards. All rooms have en-suite showers and toilets and close access to shared kitchens for self-catering and teas/coffees. Free WiFi is available in all rooms.

Single en-suite (self-catering)
18 Rooms
Double en-suite (self-catering)
4 Rooms
Total
24 Rooms

Did You Know?

  1. Wesley House was founded and endowed by Michael Gutteridge, a Methodist businessman in Naples, well known in Italy for philanthropy.
  2. The site was purchased from Jesus College and in 1921 the College was opened as Wesley House.
  3. In 1967 provision was made on site for married students, and in 1973 the first women students were admitted.
  4. Maurice Everett Webb from the architectural practice Sir Aston Webb and Son was commissioned to design the building.

How To Find Wesley House

Jesus Lane
Cambridge
CB5 8BJ