A historic, Grade II listed, former royal residence in Windsor Great Park, Cumberland Lodge offers elegant overnight accommodation, spacious grounds and comfortable facilities – the perfect venue for your residential or non-residential conferences and events.
Home to an education charity but operated as a social enterprise, the Lodge’s beautiful grounds and facilities are available to hire for meetings, away days and special events such as weddings, throughout the year.
It offers 58 individually appointed, en-suite bedrooms, and a self-contained family flat, and can accommodate up to 95 overnight guests. Cumberland Lodge bedrooms feature en-suite bathrooms, stylish interiors, comfortable beds, writing desks, and sweeping parkland views, and are intentionally ‘low-tech’, to help you to reflect and unwind during your stay.
The Lodge is well located for national and international meetings: just 15 minutes from regular train services to London Waterloo and Paddington; 15 minutes from the M25, M4 and M3 motorways; and 20 minutes from Heathrow Airport. For those travelling by car, there is ample free parking on site. The site is also accessible to wheelchair users and visitors with additional accessibility needs.
Dining together has always been at the heart of the Cumberland Lodge experience, and its team of talented, long-serving chefs pride themselves on their locally-sourced produce and mouth-watering menus, tailored to every visiting group.
Cumberland Lodge uses the profits from its social enterprise operations to fund a team of experts who work tirelessly to design and deliver the charity’s own ongoing programme of educational activities. They empower young people to lead the conversation around social division, providing them with the skills, perspective and confidence to question, challenge and understand complex social issues.
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|03. The Chapel (Lodge 2nd Floor) Boardroom|
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|08. Hodgson (Mews) Boardroom|
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|09. Halifax (Grooms House) Boardroom|
|10. Denning Boardroom|
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If you are planning on driving to Cumberland Lodge, it is advised that you set your directions either to Bishops Gate (TW20 0XU) or to Ranger’s Gate (SL4 2JA). Once in the park, you can follow the signposts to Cumberland Lodge.
There is ample free parking at the front of the main Lodge, including spaces reserved for Blue Badge holders by the front door, and a smaller number of spaces outside The Mews Conference Centre.
Cumberland Lodge is located in Windsor Great Park, just 27 miles from central London, 20 minutes from Heathrow Airport, and 15 minutes from regular train services to London Waterloo, Paddington and Reading. It is also 15 minutes from the M25, M4 and M3 motorways.
The Lodge is a short taxi ride from Egham train station on the London Waterloo to Reading line. You can also take a 20 minute taxi to Slough for a direct train to London Paddington.
|Open (1 Jan 2023 - 31 Dec 2023)|
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