Filled with natural light, the Brindley Room is a stimulating and inspiring space to keep delegates alert throughout your event.
This room can also be used in conjunction with other suites for larger events as a breakout room.
Check availability and book by phone or via our live chat.
This room is ideal for…
- Small meetings
- Board meetings
- Round table discussions
- Team meetings
What you get…
- In-built LCD TV
- Peace and quiet
- Refreshment area
- Intimate setting
- Boardroom layout includes pads and pens in room
- Access to the Courtyard for fresh air when breaking for refreshments
- Fresh water machine on site with biodegradable cups
Explore the Brindley Room
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.
Browse our latest menus or find out more about our catering team.
The Brindley Room offers Logitech Meetup equipment to enable hybrid meetings, ideal for when you have up to 4 people in the room and want to connect to others virtually.
MeetUp connects to a computer or laptop via USB for easy installation and plug-and-play video conferencing, making it a simple solution for your meeting to reach a wider audience.
A single USB connection enables your device to access Logitech Meetup’s camera, speaker, and microphone. Plus, the wide camera angle allows participants to be in the camera shot even if they’re sitting next to it.
It’s compatible with the most common online meeting platforms like Zoom or Microsoft Teams
View our FAQs or contact our Sales Team if you have any questions about the Brindley Room.
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Brindley Room hire costs
All prices exclude VAT.
To see what's included view our current room hire costs.
(9am to 5pm)
Half day rate
(9am to 12.30pm or 1.30pm to 5pm)
( 6pm to 9.30pm)
Did you know?
The Brindley Room is named after the canalside district of Birmingham in which Austin Court is located – Brindleyplace – which is in turn named after James Brindley, one of the most notable engineers of the 18th century, mainly known for the construction of canals across the UK.
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