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Our venues extend to all four of Roehampton's colleges.
All enquiries should be made to:Conference Roehampton, firstname.lastname@example.org, +44 (0)20 8392 8100.
This beautiful Grade II listed Georgian Villa retains many original features including the splendid panelled Portrait Room and the Terrace Room, with a wall of French windows leading out onto the breath taking terrace view. Hidden within the heart of Roehampton in South West London just five miles from central London, it is home to Froebel College and offers vast grounds that overlook a lake and a lily pond. Grove House is an ideal venue for inspirational team meetings, gala dinners, away days or exhibitions.
Our event space at Grove House also includes:
For more information visit our dedicated website or view our Conference and Event Brochure.
Residential accommodation for conference delegates is available throughout the summer months. We offer the choice of standard and en-suite accommodation. Delegates will have access to tea and coffee making facilities. Towels and complimentary packs are provided.
A modern conference centre set in Digby Stuart Campus, founded in 1850 and at the heart of Roehampton Lane Campus, this conference centre offers with its modern glass fronting a light, bright reception area. The main feature Duchesne lecture theatre can hold up to 150 delegates and includes inbuilt audio visual equipment. The lecture theatre is surrounded by eight breakout spaces set theatre or classroom style.
Conferences at Roehampton can offer residential accommodation for conference delegates. We offer the choice of en-suite and standard bedrooms all a short walk from Duchesne front entrance. Delegates will have access to tea and coffee making facilities with towels and complimentary packs provided in all rooms.
A modern conference centre set in Southlands College. With its modern architecture this conference centre offers a tranquil atmosphere. The main feature Chapman Hall can seat up to 300 guests and offers air conditioning and inbuilt AV equipment. Surrounding Chapman Hall is a selection of syndicate rooms, which seat between 15 and 80 delegates these rooms are also all equipped with audio visual equipment. The Queens Building dining area overlooks well-kept lawns with a relaxing water feature, making it a perfect venue to enjoy a glass of wine in the summer months or space to enjoy outdoor brainstorming sessions.
The residential area is made up of individual flats accommodating between six and eight people. In total there are 286 bedrooms: 66 en suite, 214 semi-en suite and six disabled units. Each flat has a large kitchen area with a table and comfortable seating. This is popular for people who want to socialise in smaller groups away from the larger conference areas. Each kitchen is equipped with modern appliances.
An iconic Grade I listed 18th century villa, Parkstead House built in the early 1760s for the 2nd Earl of Bessborough by Sir William Chambers (who was also the architect for Somerset House and the Pagoda at Kew Gardens) and home to Whitelands College, offers a unique mixture of traditional meeting rooms, exquisite banqueting suites and modern lecture halls seating up to 300 delegates all set around the backdrop of Richmond Park. A perfect venue for team meetings, gala dinners, fun days or a corporate kick off.
Conferences at Roehampton at Parkstead House can offer 200 en-suite modern bedrooms for conference delegates. Delegates will have access to tea and coffee making facilities with towels and complimentary packs provided in all rooms.
For conferencing and events visit the Parkstead House hospitality and conferencing website for further information.
View our Parkstead House conference and events brochure.View our Parkstead House wedding brochure.
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