CONFERENCE SERVICES DURING COVID-19: While Pendle Hill’s campus is not fully open, we are opening to a limited number of personal overnight sojourns – as well as possibly hosting small conference groups – between June 14 and August 25, 2021. If you have a small group (5-15) that would like to gather for a few days this summer, please contact the Conference Sales Coordinator at email@example.com to check on availability and pricing. Dates after September 1, 2021 are also available for conference groups; please use the e-mail address listed above for all conference inquiries.
If you are interested in a personal sojourn, click here to find out details and to express your interest – a Pendle Hill staff member will be in touch to answer your questions and finalize your reservation. Updates regarding our full campus opening will be shared on our website and in our eNewsletter as details are finalized.
With its date of construction – 1937 – prominently displayed, Upmeads is a comfortable stone cottage set back from the road among the Japanese maples and dogwoods. With its hardwood floors, window benches, and tall bookshelves, Upmeads can accommodate up to 25 people. Its quiet charm makes it particularly suited to smaller workshops, lectures, and round-table discussions.
Wireless internet available. Meeting room capacity: 25.
Meeting Space (25 people)
Upmeads is a very configurable space. Seating can be arranged in a semi-circle, classroom-style, or around a table. Groups are able to choose other arrangements to suit their meeting.
There are facilities for coffee, tea, and snacks. Groups using Upmeads join our community in Main House for meals. Two private dining spaces are available.
Upmeads does not have bedrooms. However, nearby overnight accommodations are generally available at Waysmeet, Main House, or Chace. Please visit our Overnight Accommodations page for more options.
Audio/visual support services are available. Wireless internet connectivity is available in the meeting space.