We want you to enjoy your visit to Madingley Hall. So we’ve put together a quick guide, with all the information you need about the Hall and the surrounding area, along with advice on local facilities. This information is available as a handy, printable guide.
Reception Office and security
Located in the entrance hall, just inside the main door, the Reception Office is staffed 24 hours a day, with a porter on duty throughout the night. Our friendly staff members are able to help with general enquiries.
Access for visitors with disabilities The entrance to Madingley Hall is level, and can be easily accessed by wheelchair users. Two designated parking spaces are available at the front of the Hall.
All areas on the ground floor of the main Hall are accessible by wheelchair: a wheelchair lift provides access to two adapted bedrooms, and a modified WC is located by the Terrace Bar.
Accommodation Bedrooms are situated around the pretty, cobbled Courtyard and in the Tower Wing, with views over the marvellous gardens. The 62 en-suite bedrooms (22 double, 5 twin, 35 single) are tastefully furnished, with homely touches for a welcoming feel. Each room has internet access, digital television and a direct-dial telephone, as well as tea- and coffee-making facilities and a safe for your valuables. Rooms are serviced daily by our housekeeping staff, and will be ready by 2pm on the day of your arrival. On the day of your departure, please vacate your room by 11am.
Internet access Free wireless internet access in all locations within the main Hall and in bedrooms. Please collect a Wi-Fi access ticket from Reception.
Renowned for its heritage and culture, nearby Cambridge is a fantastic city to visit. With splendid architecture and a host of independent shops, its medieval streets are compact enough to explore on foot. Don’t miss your chance to go punting – a quintessential part of any visit. For special occasions, you can even hire a chauffeured punt, complete with champagne and candlelight!
For tours of Cambridge why not contact See Cambridge Differently www.seecambridgedifferently.co.uk
Find out more at www.visitcambridge.org