Cumberland Lodge is a residential conference centre in Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, 15 minutes from Heathrow T5 and 25 miles from central London and is an inspiring venue for creative thinking and discussion.
Steeped in the nation’s history and set in beautiful parkland, Cumberland Lodge is a special place, noted for its historic rooms, relaxed atmosphere, excellent food and of course, exceptional quality of service. We have a wide range of meeting & break-out rooms and quiet areas along with 60 unique bedrooms making it an ideal venue for day meetings and residential conferences. Cumberland Lodge is an outstanding venue for all types of events including training days, team building events, exhibitions, product launches, awards dinners and private dining events.
This historic former royal residence stands apart as a self-contained venue for day meetings, conferences, retreats, away-days, training courses, weddings and other special events. It combines the friendly atmosphere of an English country house with the facilities expected of a modern conference centre.
Cumberland Lodge is made up of three buildings:
The main Lodge Building is an historic former royal residence which houses our gracious hospitality rooms, (Drawing Room & Sitting Room), the Amy Buller Library, the Chapel and the Lodge’s three dining rooms and reception, as well as the majority of our elegant bedrooms. Guests congregate in the stunning Tapestry Hall where they can relax with daily newspapers and periodicals.
The Mews Conference Centre houses our main conference rooms Flitcroft, Sandby and Hodgson, as well as our breakout rooms, Gilpin, Windham and Greening. It also contains 16 bedrooms on the top floor making it an ideal venue for residential conferences and meetings.
Groom’s House is ideal for exclusive hire for small groups, with its own meeting rooms, Denning and Halifax, hospitality rooms and 7 bedrooms. This is an great venue for small conferences and training courses.
About the Cumberland Lodge educational charity
Cumberland Lodge is the home and name of an educational foundation. Established in 1947, the foundation was granted use of this former royal residence by King George VI. The foundation’s Patron is The Queen. At Cumberland Lodge, we work to support students in higher education by hosting study retreats and through a range of mentoring schemes, including scholarships for postgraduate students. We also run our own programme of cross-disciplinary conferences and other activities that address important ethical and societal issues and involve leading figures in public life.
We are also pleased to make this historic building and its facilities available to others for residential and non-residential meetings, conferences and special events, including weddings.
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