The Harrington

With a view across the moat, this room is ideal for larger boardroom meetings, small presentations and elegant private dinners.

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Named after John Harrington, who acquired Coombe Abbey in 1581, The Harrington conference venue is rich with history and even features original etchings that date as far back as 1807.

Consider using The De Camville, The Walnut, The Stuart or The Griffin, alongside the The Harrington. They make a versatile suite of conference rooms, which provide adequate space for syndicate rooms, refreshment breaks and separate exhibition areas.

Room Set-Up
Theatre - 30
Buffet/Reception - 30
Boardroom - 16
Dinner - 16
Classroom - 14
U Shape - 10

The Harrington Features

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Historical Window Etchings

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Natural Daylight

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Perfect for Private Dining and Smaller Events

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Views of the Moat

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Reception Area Outside Room

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Can Accommodate up to 30 Guests

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