With its date of construction, 1931, prominently displayed, Upmeads is a comfortable stone cottage set back from the road among the Japanese maples and dogwoods. The Library, with its hardwood floors, window benches, and tall bookshelves, seats 25 people.
Library (25 people)
The Library has a quiet charm and is perfect for smaller workshops, lectures, and round-table meetings.
There are facilities for coffee, tea, and snacks. Groups using the Upmeads Library arrange to take meals in the community dining room at Main House. Two private dining spaces are available.
Upmeads does not have bedrooms. However, nearby overnight accommodations are generally available at Waysmeet, Main House, or Chace.
Audio/visual support services are available. Wireless internet connectivity is available in the meeting space.
Upmeads Library is a very configurable space. Shown on this page are chairs arranged in a semi-circle, classroom-style, and around a table. Groups are able to choose other arrangements to suit their meeting.