The Kavli Royal Society International Centre at Chicheley Hall is a unique and historically significant Grade I Georgian Country House set within 75 acres of glorious gardens and grounds. An extensive refurbishment programme will commence shortly, to develop the house into a residential conference and events venue. The centre will offer an extension to the wide range of scientific meetings and events already hosted by the Royal Society in London, and will also be open to commercial and social markets.
The Main House is full or original features which will be carefully conserved in order for it to remain one of the finest examples of early 18th Century architecture in the country. A selection of meeting rooms, lecture halls and bedrooms are available at Chicheley Hall within four separate buildings: the Main House, the North Wing, the South Wing and the Coach House. The house benefits from 75 acres of grounds which include a lake, formal gardens, a walled kitchen garden, vegetable gardens and a lime avenue.