The De Camville

The De Camville is a superb room for board meetings or small conferences, with a dual aspect across the courtyard and the moat.

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Named after Richard De Camville, who founded Coombe Abbey in 1150 AD, the spectacular De Camville conference venue overlooks the courtyard and moat.

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

Room Set-Up
Theatre - 20
Boardroom - 10
Dinner - 10

The De Camville Features

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Knight's Armour on wall

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Beautiful Window Seat

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Close Proximity to the West Terrace and Gardens

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Natural Daylight

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Reception Area Outside Room

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Can Accommodate up to 20 Guests

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The Kellway

Presented as a library, The Kellway is a splendid setting for both intimate business meetings and private dinners.

The Harrington

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