High Leigh Conference Centre
Lord Street, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire EN11 8SG
High Leigh, in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire, opened as a Conference Centre in 1921 specialising in residential and day conferences for up to 220 delegates. With 40 acres of lawns, parkland and woodland the tranquil surroundings aid both concentration and relaxation for delegates.
With 90 years of experience, we work hard to accommodate all requests to ensure that conference needs are met. Some organisations have used us for over 50 years. Each year, over 350 Christian, business, education or charity conferences are held at the Centre. Our hallmark is quality facilities and services at affordable prices.
The main part of the house was built in 1853. In 1871, Mr. Robert Barclay, a successful banker in the City of London and a committed Christian, bought the house. Robert Barclay died in 1921 and the house was sold to First Conference Estate of which he had been a director. First Conference Estate was founded in 1909 with the express purpose of providing affordable facilities for various missionary and other Christian societies.
- Accommodation for 220 people
- 168 bedrooms - with single, twin, double, family and disabled rooms available
- Two large halls seating 220 and 120 respectively
- Over 15 smaller meeting rooms
- Free wireless internet available
- Free use of AV equipment
- Full catering packages & licenced bar
- Sports facilities & games room
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