This light and spacious room is named after engineer Isambard Kingdom Brunel who left his mark on Bristol's landscape, designing Clifton Suspension Bridge, Temple Meads Station, the SS Great Britain, Bristol Floating Harbour and the City Council House during the mid 1800's.
The Brunel Room is a large flexible space which has the option of the adjoining Chatterton to use as a syndicate, lunch or breakout room. Internet, telephone and power points are situated around the room. The room is air-conditioned and has natural daylight with blackout blinds.
This room is also used as a break out and or catering room for large funtions in our Cabot Room
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