Redeveloped to a high standard in 2014, your overnight accommodation is en-suite with lift access to all floors in the main building. There are tea and coffee facilities in every bedroom and Wi-Fi throughout. Bedrooms are all fitted out with desks and chairs and essentials that you wouldn’t want to bring along, such as a hair dryer and a radio alarm clock.
You can enjoy a variety of rooms. We have 2 bedrooms that are fully accessible with automatic doors and large, comfortable wet-rooms. In addition there are 5 doubles, 20 standard singles and 11 suites which include their own kitchenette. In the residential wing there is a coin operated laundry for use by all our guests with irons and an ironing area. For late night snacks or things you may have forgotten to bring we have a vending machine up on the first floor.
You might also be interested in our two cottages. These sit in the grounds to the rear of the main building, overlooking our prayer labyrinth and art studio. Each comprises a lounge with a dining area and fitted kitchen, a separate double bedroom and a bathroom. Often sabbatical and longer term visitors enjoy these more secluded homes.
To book, call us now on 01223 330630 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do let us know you are URC so we can give you the best available price!
Please note as from Thursday 1st February 2018, Westminster College carpark will be regulated as below;
Monday to Friday – 8am to 5pm – Annual Permit holders only
Monday to Friday – 5pm to 8am – Pay and Display (£1.50 per hour, £5.00 over 3 hours and overnight stay)
Weekends All day – Pay and Display (£1.50 per hour, £5.00 over 3 hours and overnight stay)
We strongly recommend using the Madingley Road Park and Ride, metered parking on Pound Hill or pay and display car park on Castle Hill. You will find further details about planning your journey and alternative parking here. Please do not hesitate to contact us for more information on 01223 33 06 30.
We have detailed accessibility statements available on our Building Accessibility page.
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