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Stylish refurbishment for Boardroom at Jockey Club Rooms

Boardroom at Jockey Club Rooms
The Jockey Club Rooms, Newmarket has completed a full refurbishment of its boardroom - The Committee Room, adding state of the art AV technology and sympathetic, adjustable lighting and heating options for delegates.  
Part of the Jockey Club Venue’s portfolio and situated in the centre of Newmarket, minutes from its sister operation Jockey Club Venues Newmarket, Jockey Club Rooms has provided fine reception rooms, luxury hospitality and country house accommodation to The Jockey Club members for over 250 years.


Today, the venue is also open to non-members for hosting a range of business and private meetings and events and presents a rare opportunity to step inside its walls and enjoy its illustrious and historic surroundings.  

The refurbishment has included the addition of air conditioning, underfloor heating and temperature control to the boardroom, as well as adjustable lighting, a Samsung audio loop, sound system a 75” screen, masked cleverly by a framed Munnings print and all managed by a Control4 technology palm pilot device.  

New flooring, curtains and fresh wall décor have all been included in the work as well as refurbishment to the room’s artwork and fireplace, all in-keeping with the style of the venue and its rooms, many of which feature unique items from over 250 years of racing memorabilia.  

The Committee Room is capable of hosting up to 50 for a meeting and is one of five flexible spaces at The Jockey Club Rooms in addition to its private walled gardens which have space to host up to 300 guests in a marquee. In addition, The Jockey Club Rooms has 21 beautifully appointed bedrooms for accommodation on site.  

The Jockey Club Rooms are located less than 1 ½ hours from London and 25 minutes from Cambridge and the M11.

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