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Cobham Hall, set in 150 acres of historic gardens and parkland, just 17 minutes from London by fast rail, is the perfect location for a conference, with large and small rooms that can be used to accommodate a variety of group sizes and conference needs from training courses to networking meetings. We will throw in the spectacular views for free.

We offer a choice of rooms, each with its own unique style and atmosphere. Please see below to download information on room capacities.

The Gilt Hall is renowned for its elaborately gilded ceiling and wall decorations and provides a stunning location for large functions, conferences and exhibitions.

The Vestibule is fronted by a sweep-round drive and formal garden, and originally served as the Hall’s principal entrance until 1802. Decorated by James Wyatt in the 1770s in the Adam style, it features classical Greek friezes in pastel colours. The room is perfect for formal meetings, relaxed cocktail events and small seated functions.

The Library was designed by George Repton in 1871 to house the 4th Earl’s fine collection of books and provides a unique, formal setting for business meetings and intimate functions.

Clifton Common Room was used as a dining room by the last Earl of Darnley. The room faces south with a small outside balcony and spectacular views of South Lawn. The room is ideal for drinks receptions, breakfast meetings and presentations.

Meetings & Corporate Event Prices

0 – 20 guests      £45 per head
21 – 60 guests    £40 per head
60+ guests          £35 per head

Price includes venue hire for the day, standard buffet with tea and coffee.

Venue Hire

Prices quoted below are per day. Rooms may be available on an hourly basis. Please contact us to discuss.

The Vestibule       £300
The Library            £500
Gilt Hall                  £2,500

Price includes room hire and set up. A selection of buffet and served menus are available on request.

For more information please contact us:

Tel: +44 (0)1474 823371
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