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Homerton College
Hills Road
Cambridge
Cambridgeshire

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Homerton Conference Centre is part of Homerton College, a college of the University of Cambridge. Combining modern teaching facilities and accommodation during vacation time with a dedicated year-round conference centre, the facilities are available for between 10 and 300 delegates.

There are a total of 517 single ensuite bedrooms at Homerton, more than any other Cambridge College. They are located within six residential buildings overlooking the grounds and are easily accessible from within the whole site. Out of term time these bedrooms are available for our conference delegates to use.

All rooms are decorated in a contemporary style and come with an en-suite shower room or ‘wet room’; each floor houses specially adapted wheelchair-friendly rooms and facilities. Tea and coffee making facilities are standard in each bedroom along with a telephone, ethernet point and toiletries. Most rooms also have wireless access with vouchers available at the Porters’ Lodge.

The rooms have magnificent views over the College orchards and grounds and offer a peaceful respite after a busy day.

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