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Hosting up to 30 guests on its own, or 80 guests when combined with its adjoining neighbour – the Faraday Room, the flexible set-up of the space makes it a versatile and charming solution for business events.

The Boulton Room combines character with convenience, offering ground-floor access and a range of layouts, as well as wooden beamed ceilings and natural daylight.

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This room is ideal for…

  1. Medium-sized meetings
  2. Training sessions
  3. Exhibitions
  4. Talks and seminars
  5. Events needing adjoining outside space
  6. Board meetings

What you get…

  1. Double doors opening onto stunning, landscaped Courtyard
  2. Light, airy meetings space
  3. Flexible seating options
  4. Beamed ceilings
  5. Wi-Fi and excellent AV facilities
  6. Air-conditioning
  7. Access to the Courtyard when breaking for refreshments
  8. Fresh water machine on ground floor with biodegradable cups

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From sit-down fine dining dinners to informal buffets, barbeques and cocktail parties, we can cater for all kinds of events, no matter how formal or casual.

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Boulton Room hire costs

All prices exclude VAT.

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Maximum capacity

32 (Cabaret)  

Day rate

(9am to 5pm)


Half day rate


Evening rate

(6pm to 9.30pm)


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Did you know?

This room is named after Birmingham-born pioneer, Matthew Boulton, who was one of the most famous industrialists with the largest factory in the world in the 18th century. Together with his business partner, James Watt, they worked to manufacture steam engines and became a major contributor in the Industrial Revolution as one of the key producers of steam engines well into the 19th century.

Austin Court continues to recognise and celebrate the work of local legends and features an artistic welcome display in reception to showcase some of these.

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