Madingley Hall Cambridge

Madingley Hall is a refurbished Tudor mansion set in extensive landscaped grounds, four miles west of Cambridge, near the M11, A1 and A14.

Training facilities are excellent and the venue is very popular with everyone who attends sessions here.

Residential accommodation is in modern single-study bedrooms with en-suite facilities.  

Contact Information

Madingley Hall,
Madingley,
Cambridge,
CB23 8AQ

Travel Information

Travel By Rail

When you arrive at Cambridge by either train or bus, we advise that you take a taxi to Madingley Hall. The bus service is very infrequent. A recommended taxi company is Panther 01223 715715

Travel By Road

From the North: A1 and Huntington (A14)

The officially signposted route involves several difficult junctions. We recommend instead that you leave the A14 at the "Dry Drayton" junction just after the "Bar Hill" junction. Follow the signs for Dry Drayton village. As you enter the village, before you reach the church, there is sign for a left turn to "Madingley". Take this road (Park Lane) which brings you very shortly to a T-Junction where you need to turn left. Follow this narrow road for about a mile until you reach a T-Junction where you need to turn right into Madingley village. Go past the Three Horseshoes pub on your left and after approx 100 metres you will see the entrance gates to Madingley Hall on your right.

From Newmarket and the East (A14)

Leave the Cambridge northern bypass on the slip road leading to the M11/A1307/A14 - signed for Huntington. Immediately after joining the A14, fork left for Madingley village. Go past the Three Horseshoes pub on your left and after approx 100 metres you will see the entrance gates to Madingley Hall on your right.

From the South (M11)

Leave the M11 at junction 13 signed Bedford and Cambridge (A428/A1303). Turn left towards Bedford (A428), 250 metres on turn right to Madingley. In just over one mile you come to a T-Junction with the gates to Madingley Hall directly opposite you.

From the West (A428 formerly A45)

After the Dry Drayton-Hardwick roundabout the single carriageway becomes a dual carriageway. Approx half a mile on, take the slip road on the left signposted Cambridge and Madingley. At the roundabout turn left and drive into Madingley. The main gates to Madingley are on your left opposite the road signposted for Cambridge, at a new mini-roundabout. Be careful as the turn into the main drive is quite sharp.

Parking Information

After going through the gates follow the drive up to the hall. Follow the signs for the car park off to the left adjacent to the walled garden, the route is well signposted. Please do not park in the cobbled courtyard or on the gravel in front of the hall.

On Arrival

Reception is just inside the main front door of the hall.