Conferences and Summer Schools

Conferences

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St Benet's is the ideal venue for a small conference. The Hall has two buildings, 38 St Giles and 11 Norham Gardens.  Either or both buildings can be booked for conferences out of term time.  38 St Giles' is a handsome Georgian house in St Giles, very close to the city centre (3 minutes walk from Ashmolean Museum and shops, and three doors from The Eagle and Child, of CS Lewis fame), yet slightly withdrawn, which conveys an air of peace.   Delegate feedback often comments on our welcoming atmosphere and excellent cuisine.

There are 11 study-bedrooms with ensuite or adjacent private facilities (10 can serve as twin rooms) and 10 study-bedrooms with shared facilities. Some of the latter are small and less well furnished or soundproofed. 

The dining room (refectory) seats 73 at one table, with a high standard of food.

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The calefactory is an attractive sitting room with a modern upright piano, easy chairs and room for circulation. The room takes up to 20 seated as furnished, more with the use of additional chairs. The adjacent library seats up to 15 boardroom-style, and would take more for a lecture. There are two other rooms available for social events or informal meetings for about a dozen delegates.

11 Norham Gardens is a Victorian Villa adjacent to the University Parks.  There are 27 study-bedrooms with shared facilities and two with ensuite.  The building also contains seminar rooms, small tutorial rooms, a library and a lounge.  It has a lovely enclosed garden.

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Receptions and day conferences are by arrangement, depending on facilities required.

All initial enquiries should be made directly to Natalie Garbett.  Email: natalie.garbett@stb.ox.ac.uk  telephone: +44 (0)1865 280556

Summer Schools

If you wish to hold your summer school at St Benet's Hall, please contact us for details regarding availability and prices.

Email: natalie.garbett@stb.ox.ac.uk telephone: +44 (0)1865 280556

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