An introduction to Madingley Hall
Madingley Hall is home to the Institute of Continuing Education, and hosts many of the Institute's residential and non-residential courses. It is part of the University of Cambridge and is also a conference centre of distinction.
Madingley Hall is an elegant country house built in the 16th Century and set in delightful gardens
Madingley Hall is an elegant country house built in the 16th century and set in delightful gardens and grounds of about 7 acres, designed in the 18th century by Capability Brown. They include flower borders and lawns, a topiary garden and meadows.
The Hall is situated in the peaceful village of Madingley, three miles west of the historic university city of Cambridge with easy access from the M11, the A14 and with good links to the London airports.
To find out further information about Madingley Hall please see our dedicated website - www.madingleyhall.co.uk
With pleasant views over the woods, gardens and courtyard, the bedrooms are warm, welcoming and comfortably furnished.
Our award winning chefs provide fresh, locally-sourced food of a quality that’s second to none, served in our elegant dining hall.
Visitors are encouraged to explore our gardens, designed by Lancelot 'Capability' Brown in 1756.