Leeds Well Met Conferencing
Putting quality conferencing right at the heart of the city, their newly refurbed Cloth Hall Court venue is just over the road from Leeds Train Station and has ten rooms where up to 300 guests can collaborate, engage, relax and inspire.
For events in summer, they can also give you access to a range of world-class campus venues.Enquire about this Venue
Location and transport information
Bringing people together at Cloth Hall Court couldn’t be simpler, they are situated just over the road from Leeds Train Station and there’s a range of parking available within a few minutes’ walk.
At the Rose Bowl they have space for up to 200 cars charged at a local rate, with additional car parks nearby and the beautiful Headingley Campus venue comes with up to 100 complimentary parking spaces.
|Summary of facilities and capacities|
May, June, July, August and September
|Year round anytime|
|Theatre style (maximum)||350||350|
|Cabaret style (maximum)||200||200|
|Exam style (maximum)||90||90|
|Boardroom style (maximum)||48||48|
|Exhibition space (sq metres)||330||330|
|Banquets & formal dinner (maximum)||250||250|
|University style bedrooms (max)||1054||N/A|
|Day delegate rates from||£25.00||£25.00|
|24HR rates from||£115.00||N/A|
|Meeting room only rates from||£160.00||£160.00|
|B&B rates from||£36.00||N/A|
Meeting and event spaces that inspire
Cloth Hall Court: It began as a dream to put quality conferencing right at the heart of the city and restore the site’s status as a hub for great minds to meet and make important decisions. Its ten rooms are designed with productivity in mind, with a range of comfortable and attractive breakout spaces for up to 300 guests to relax and rejuvenate between sessions.
Sitting directly over the road from Leeds Train Station, Cloth Hall Court is the perfect place to bring people together from across the country (2 hour 10 minutes from London, 40 minutes from Manchester). Their integrated AV facilities are designed to be simple and intuitive, making it easier to share your ideas and get your point across.
Their chefs come with a wealth of experience, straight from the world renowned Bettys brand so they are pretty chuffed to have them putting their menus together. There’s no dietary requirement that can’t be catered for and if you want something from outside of their wide ranging menu then they will make it happen.
Headingley Campus: Is ideal for educational summer schools with its high spec teaching spaces, world class sporting facilities and 400 coveted bedrooms at the adjacent Carnegie Village accommodation.
City Campus: The prestigious Rose Bowl is home to the Leeds Business School and comes equipped with high quality lecture theatres, classrooms and a ground floor exhibition space and dining area all conveniently located just to the north of the city centre.
Accreditations: This year they have renewed their AiM Gold accreditation from the Meetings Industry Association, the highest benchmark available to the meetings industry, for the third time. As part of Leeds Beckett University, they are also accredited with the government’s customer service excellence standard demonstrating a clear commitment to customer experience.
We were well looked after at Cloth Hall Court - the facilities are excellent and very smart as the building has been refurbished. The lunch was very tasty and good value and I was impressed by the small touches in the meeting room like the sweets and jugs of squash as well as water. Many of our attendees came from outside Leeds so for us the location was excellent as it is just 5 minutes walk from the station.
Claire Forrest, Ecosystems Knowledge Network
The Yorkshire Swimming Association have for a number of years used the facilities at Beckett Park for their Annual General Meeting. The help we receive is first class right from making our first enquiry as to the availability of the venue right up to us arriving on the day. We have also used other facilities at Beckett Park for our Coaches Conference and again we are well looked after from the start of the booking to the end of the day.
David Alexander, Yorkshire Swimming Association