Reed Hall

Reed Hall
Streatham Drive
Exeter
Devon
EX4 4QR

Tel: 01392 215566
Fax: 01392 264386


http://www.exeter.ac.uk/reedhall/

Reed Hall is the University of Exeter’s conference centre, offering space for events, conferences and weddings, all in a beautiful setting.  Public events are held at Reed Hall.
 

Public transport

By train: Exeter St David’s station is approximately a 20 minute walk to Reed Hall. Taxis are also available at St David’s Station.

By bus: The Streatham Campus is served by the D and H bus routes.  Alight at the Queen’s Drive and take the path through the wonderful grounds to Reed Hall.
 

Catering

Reed Hall offers a range of food and refreshments  – from  a daytime snack to bespoke menus for a private function or conference.

Café Reed offers a variety of Fairtrade teas, coffees and snacks and is open weekdays 10am - 3pm.

During the week, lunch is served daily in the elegant Woodbridge Dining Room with ever-changing seasonal menus, incorporating the finest locally sourced produce.

For a more intimate dining experience, you can indulge your guests and treat them to fine dining in the private surroundings of your very own dining room.


Bed and Breakfast

Reed Hall also offers bed and breakfast facilities. Find out more here.


Accessibility

There is one blue badge parking space immediately to the front of Reed Hall and there is a ramp to the ground floor entrance.  There is a disabled toilet on the ground floor.  The ground floor of Reed Hall is fully accessible, allowing access to all dining facilities, bar and downstairs meeting rooms.  Upstairs rooms, including bedrooms are not wheelchair accessible.

 

Hiring Spaces in Reed Hall

Spaces in Reed Hall can be hired for meetings, events, conferences and weddings.

Find out more about room hire here

Find out more about weddings at Reed Hall here
 

Heritage Plaque Unveiling 

26th April 2018

free entry

Between 1917 and 1919 Reed Hall (then Streatham Hall), on the Streatham Campus, was used as a temporary military hospital for the treatment of wounded soldiers. Devon County Council's 'Devon Remembers' project has funded the installation of a plaque...

Whose Histories? Sharing the authorship of medical histories of the First World War 

26th April 2018

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The Centre for Medical History and Exeter Local History Society have invited Professor Christine Hallett, Professor of Nursing History at the University of Manchester, to be the visiting lecturer at this 'Stories of Exeter's War Hospitals 1914-1919' event,...