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Leslie Stephen Room

Leslie Stephen RoomLeslie Stephen Room

Details at a glance
Suitable for

Formal Dinner LayoutBanquet - Capacity 32

Buffet LayoutBuffet - Capacity 35

Buffet LayoutTheatre - Capacity 35

Buffet LayoutClassroom - Capacity 20

Buffet LayoutU-Shape - Capacity 35

Buffet LayoutBoardroom - Capacity 20

Buffet LayoutCabaret - Capacity 30

Today, as you enter the Leslie Stephen Room, the large bay windows overlooking Trinity Hall's Front Court bathe the room in natural light, highlighting the distinguished portrait paintings on the wood panelling.


Situated on the first floor, the Leslie Stephen Room is an ideal space for receptions, buffets and formal dining for up to 35 guests. There is a host of menus to choose from to enable you to set the scene for a special event. If you are planning a formal lunch or dinner, we recommend the adjacent Chetwode Room for your reception drinks and canapés.


When business is the order of the day, the Leslie Stephen Room has the flexibility for a range of meeting layouts for up to 35 delegates and works in partnership with the Chetwode Room as a syndicate or breakout room.


Following in his family's footsteps, Sir Leslie Stephen, the father of Virginia Woolf, entered Cambridge in 1850. He studied for both his BA in 1854 and MA in 1857 at Trinity Hall. Stephen was an essayist in literary criticism and intellectual history and the first editor of the Dictionary of National Biography.


t: +44 (0) 1223 332554


Conference & Events Office
Trinity Hall

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