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Bedern Hall Conference Venue

Bedern Hall Conference Venue

Details

Bedern Hall is a beamed medieval guildhall within a short walk of York Minster and offers a quiet and uplifting working environment as well an impressive location for corporate entertaining. In addition, the Committee Room takes up to 24 people theatre style. Delegates can use the pleasant courtyard and garden terrace. Excellent on-site catering is provided by 'Time & Place' who have been in the City for over 20 years. Medieval meets Modern at Bedern Hall with fibre optic broadband making videoconferencing and live streaming hassle free.

Venue Type: Historic

Exhibition: 96 square metres

Delegates: 80

Capacity

  • Maximum number of people80 people
  • Number of event rooms2 event rooms
  • Number of bedrooms0 bedrooms

Room Layouts

  Theatre style room layout Boardroom style room layout Classroom style room layout UShape style room layout Cabaret style room layout Banquet style room layout Room area in metres squared Facilities
view further details of this roomThe Hall 75 36 40 60 60 64 16 Natural daylight
view further details of this roomThe Committee Room 24 15 32 Natural daylight

Contact

VisitYork4Meetings

01904 550080

Address

Bedern Hall,
Bedern,
York,
YO1 7AL

Location

Directions

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Map reference: SE 605520  Lat: 53.96054 Long: -1.07939

On Foot:
From Union Terrace and Monk Bar Car Parks
Follow Lord Mayors Walk towards St Maurices Road. At the crossroads turn right, passing through Monk Bar (part of City Walls) into Goodramgate. Walk down Goodramgate to The National Trust Shop. Opposite you will see an archway (next to Italian restaurant). Pass through into Bedern (ignore Bedern Chapel immediately on your right) towards the houses. Bedern Hall is to your right.
From Foss Bank Car Park
Follow St Maurices Road to the crossroads. Directions then as above.
From Railway Station
Follow Station Road and Station Avenue towards the City Centre. Cross the river at Lendal Bridge. Follow Museum Street and Duncombe Place towards York Minster. Pass along the south side of the Minster into Deangate. Where Deangate joins Goodramgate you will see The National Trust Shop. Opposite you will see an archway (next to Italian restaurant). Pass through into Bedern (ignore Bedern Chapel immediately on your right) towards the houses. Bedern Hall is to your right.

Facilities

  • Disabled accessDisabled access
  • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets

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