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Ambroisie Seminar room
On the first floor of the Ambroisie cottage there is a large seminar room, with an area of 95m², which can accommodate 25 people for seminars or training sessions, possibly even more ...
This room can accommodate groups of 20-25 people.
The room has six large windows, which make it a very light space as well as being well ventilated. It also has a large southeast facing terrace, and an adjoining semi-professional kitchen.
20 acres of land with a stream, small wood and hay meadow welcome you outside, together with a large courtyard that can accommodate 50 people standing for a barbecue, meal, or meeting right on the edge of Ry Warlet (brook).
Equipment available for seminars
Big screen, whiteboard with flipchart, overhead projector, broadband internet access, cable (over 10 outlets). The room furnishings are lightweight to maximise flexibility of use and ease of changing the layout to suit the needs of each group. It is also possible to use the room for physical activities, such as stretching, yoga, Tai Chi, , storytelling workshops ... For these groups we can change the room and provide large cushions and floor mats ... The room has a wooden floor.
Facilities: kitchen and bathroom
The kitchen adjoining the conference room is fully equipped for group use (5 ceramic cooker hobs and oven, fridge, dishwasher, coffee machine, electric kettle, toaster, dishes and pans). Two toilets are provided on the same floor, including a toilet accessible to people with reduced mobility. A project is underway to provide lift access to make this floor accessible to all.
Various layouts of the seminar room are available to suit your needs.
Insulation and heating
During the renovation of the building, special attention was paid to the materials used and the insulation, so that Ambroisie is now classified as a “low energy" house. Two water systems have been installed (tap water and rainwater to supply toilets and washing machine).
Solar hot water and photovoltaic panels supply the building’s hot water and electricity. Additionally, a wood boiler was installed to provide extra heat when necessary