Morris Conference and Meeting Room
The extensive exposed brickwork and eye-catching arches of the Morris Room bring the period touches of Mary Ward House to their full potential, and the space acts as a natural counterpoint to the similarly striking Arnold Room.
Walking inside really does feel like stepping back in time to the turn of the 19th century. The exposed brickwork has been weathered over the years to vintage fashionability, and guests can’t help running their hands along its cool smooth surface and taking in the traditional columns and arches running so impressively along the centre of the room.
Recommended Meeting Room for up to 50 Delegates Ideal Syndicate Room for a large Conference
Day Delegate Rates include Projector and Screen
Natural Cooling System
Disable Access via ramp
Hard Wired Internet
Video Conferencing Enabled
Conference Call Enabled
Lenght 10.6 metres
Width 8.4 metres
Height 4.2 metres
Area 89.04 metres
Cocktail Party: 100
Fork Buffet(Standing): 70
Dinner (Sit Down): 50
lighting, power & data
Lighting Control in Room: Yes
Dimming Control in Room: Yes
Nubmber of 13 amp plugs: 6
Telephone / Data point (Cat 6): Yes
Parquet floor sweeps most of the space, with the remainder covered by time-polished tiles. As you take your seat for a conference or move around the room to admire exhibition items, you’ll find things feeling airy and bright thanks to the large arched windows opening out onto the street outside.
Ideal for more interactive training sessions, and one of the most wonderful exhibition venues in London, the Morris Room can also be combined with the Arnold Room and the Brewer & Smith Room to have the whole of the lower ground floor at your disposal. With the Brewer & Smith maintained for larger crowds, the Morris has been fantastically utilized in the past for smaller talks and for catering.
Naturally segmented into separate sections by columns and arches, the Morris Room possesses its own unique flow, feeling more dynamic than its already generous capacity would suggest. Several clusters of chairs can be set up without ever making the room feel either overcrowded or busy, and each group will feel as if they have their own intimate space in which to work. As such, the Morris Room is often found ideal for dinner events. With tables ranged along the window-side section of the room and a clear walkway on the other side of the pillars, diners have a sense of eating in a traditional train station. All that’s missing is the steam.
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