This historic, atmospheric room in the heart of the Lanyon Building can seat up to 45 delegates.
The Senate Room retains many distinctive features, including deep-set bay windows, original wood panelling, traditional parquet flooring and quirky light fixtures.
The Old Staff Common Room is a bright, self-contained space occupying a prime corner site in the Lanyon Building.
It enjoys view across the front lawns and is perfect for smaller groups, or as a break-out, office or meeting space for larger conferences. The Old Staff Common Room can provide fully licensed private dining for up to 40 guests.
The Harty Room, on the main campus, is a distinctive Tudor-style venue with exposed oak beams and a stunning stained glass window.
The Harty Room has a spacious modern foyer area and is prefect for performances, launches and events. It is a bright, intimate space able to facilitate theatre-style seating for up to 120 guests.
Adjacent to the Sir William Whitla Hall, the South Dining Hall is an airy, flat-floored space with its own integrated services.
It has a seating capacity of 192, and can function as a standalone venue or an as overflow space to supplement larger conferences.
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