Meeting Room

A distinctive setting for your event.

Our facilities are available for private hire for conferences, meetings and special events, which helps to support our charitable and educational work.

This historic former royal residence stands apart as a venue for meetings, retreats, away days, professional development courses and special events. It combines the friendly, welcoming atmosphere of an English country house, steeped in history, with all the facilities expected of a modern conference centre. 

Hosting conferences and meetings is at the heart of what we do, and we offer a range of flexible spaces spread across three historic buildings, including large conference rooms with linked breakout rooms, elegant reception rooms, private meeting spaces and an open-air woodland seminar space.

The majority of our conference facilities are housed in the Georgian Mews next to the main Lodge building, which was once a royal stables. Flitcroft, our largest conference room, can accommodate 120 people and features three dedicated breakout rooms.

A wide range of organisations have used our facilities in the last few years, including the Local Government Assocation, the Police, The Institute of Ideas, Mars UK and the Department of Health.

Visit our gallery

An image gallery of all our venue facilities, including floor plans and room specifications, is available here.

Please feel free to call Matthew Hancock, our Sales & Marketing Manager, on 01784 497 780, or email for any further information or to discuss availability.


"We have been resident at Cumberland Lodge since 2008 and could not be happier. The Lodge works well for us, the course is very exacting and busy and whilst we are out most of the day, members are delighted to return to the peace, comfort and hospitality of the Lodge. Despite often returning at a late hour, the staff are unfailingly cheerful and welcoming. The food is delicious and generous and on many days we enjoy a picnic lunch provided by the kitchen. We find Cumberland Lodge a perfect place to stay and wish we could spend more time there". - Sara Heaton, The Attingham Trust and Royal Collection Trust