Harris Manchester College

Harris Manchester College

Arlosh Hall, Harris Manchester College

Arlosh Hall, Harris Manchester College

Chapel, Harris Manchester College

Chapel, Harris Manchester College

Thomas Halik, Harris Manchester College

Thomas Halik, Harris Manchester College

The Warrington Room, Harris Manchester College

The Warrington Room, Harris Manchester College

Quiet Room, Harris Manchester College

Quiet Room, Harris Manchester College

The Warrington Room, Harris Manchester College

The Warrington Room, Harris Manchester College

Harris Manchester College

Harris Manchester College is a small, friendly college which has hosted successful meetings and conferences for more than 15 years.

The accommodation is particularly of note. We succesfully deliver the desired experience of the traditional college environment with the comfort of beautifully refurbished period bedrooms. Each one is unique and a major selling point for our clients.

The college occupies a quiet and spacious central position close to all the university and city facilities. All seminar rooms, dining facilities and accommodation are located on the single college site, which incorporates delightful gardens and quadrangles. The nature of the facilities at Harris Manchester enables us to offer a personal service, with a large percentage of conferences having sole use of the college.

All events, no matter how small, benefit from the combined efforts of a dedicated team that includes our conference manager, steward and award-winning chef, all of whom are involved throughout the planning process in order to ensure that we deliver a first-class service. Our efficiency and flexibility is reflected in the number of conferences that return to the college on a regular basis.

 

Venue Contact
Clare Davis
01865 271006
clare.davis@hmc.ox.ac.uk
www.hmc.ox.ac.uk

6 meeting spaces with capacity for up to
140 guests for

  • dining
  • theatre
  • classroom
  • boardroom
  • cabaret

functions plus 60 bedrooms for accommodation.

Summary

Bedrooms Ensuite Standard Breakfast Lunch Dinner
60 60 23 yes yes yes
Dining Buffet Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Other
The Warrington Room
- -
100
50
45 See image
The Warrington Room, Harris Manchester College
Boardroom for up to 45 guests
48
-
Charles Wellbeloved
- -
30
-
15 See image
Charles Wellbeloved Room, Harris Manchester College
Boardroom for up to 15 guests
- -
Thomas Halik
- -
30 See image
Thomas Halik, Harris Manchester College
Theatre space for up to 30 guests
15
15
- -
Quiet Room
- - - - - -
20 See image
Quiet Room, Harris Manchester College
Soft space for up to 20 guests
Arlosh Hall
120 See image
Arlosh Hall, Harris Manchester College
Dining for up to 120 guests
- - - - - -
Chapel
- - - - - -
140 See image
Chapel, Harris Manchester College
Other space for up to 140 guests

Room by room

  • The Warrington Room

    Available during Vacation

    Description: The Warrington Room is a large, panelled, bay-windowed room with a polished wood floor and Victorian wooden fireplace.

    Facilities:

    Accessibility: Located on the ground floor room via a couple of steps with a ramp for wheelchair access.

    Dining Buffet Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Other
    - -
    100
    50
    45 See image
    The Warrington Room, Harris Manchester College
    Boardroom for up to 45 guests
    48
    -
  • Charles Wellbeloved

    Available during Vacation

    Description: The Charles Wellbeloved is a delightful panelled room with a piano, portraits, and a large Victorian fireplace.

    Facilities:

    Accessibility: Located on the ground floor room via a couple of steps with a ramp for wheelchair access.

    Dining Buffet Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Other
    - -
    30
    -
    15 See image
    Charles Wellbeloved Room, Harris Manchester College
    Boardroom for up to 15 guests
    - -
  • Thomas Halik

    Available during Vacation

    Description: The Thomas Halik was originally an 18th-century sitting room, situated on the Holywell Street side of college.

    Facilities:

    Accessibility: Access for standard width wheelchairs only.

    Dining Buffet Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Other
    - -
    30 See image
    Thomas Halik, Harris Manchester College
    Theatre space for up to 30 guests
    15
    15
    - -
  • Quiet Room

    Available during Vacation

    Description: The Quiet Room is a beautifully decorated sitting room on the Holywell Street side of college. It is used mainly as a quiet room for conference guests, but can easily be converted into a seminar room.

    Facilities:

    Accessibility:

    Dining Buffet Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Other
    - - - - - -
    20 See image
    Quiet Room, Harris Manchester College
    Soft space for up to 20 guests
  • Arlosh Hall

    Available during Vacation

    Description: The college has a magnificent dining hall that can seat 110 people comfortably. It is a particularly fine example of a late-Victorian baronial-style hall, named after the Arlosh family who gave the hall in memory of their son, Godfrey. In addition to accommodating conferences, the college caters for a variety of functions and offers a superb wedding service.

    Facilities:

    Accessibility: Fully wheelchair accessible.

    Dining Buffet Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Other
    120 See image
    Arlosh Hall, Harris Manchester College
    Dining for up to 120 guests
    - - - - - -
  • Chapel

    Available during Vacation

    Description: The Harris Manchester College Chapel is a Pre-Raphaelite jewel. The stained glass windows were all installed by the firm of Morris & Co. of Merton Abbey. The cartoons of the individual lights were designed by Sir Edward Burne-Jones and made by William Morris. Harris Manchester College Chapel can seat up to 140 guests.

    Facilities:

    Accessibility: Located on the ground floor room via a couple of steps with a ramp for wheelchair access.

    Dining Buffet Theatre Classroom Boardroom Cabaret Other
    - - - - - -
    140 See image
    Chapel, Harris Manchester College
    Other space for up to 140 guests
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