The modern and comfortable surroundings of The Academy are the perfect venue for conferences, meetings, training courses, workshops and team away days. We are located in the North of Edinburgh with convenient bus links to the centre of town and parking onsite. As a customer of The Academy, you are contributing to our social enterprise and supporting us to deliver positive social impact in our local community.
Our experienced team will help to organise your event at The Academy. Room hire includes the use of a SMART board, flipcharts and WiFi. We can provide refreshments for mid-morning and afternoon breaks and we can organise a buffet or hot food options for lunches.
Training & Conference Room
(hosts up to 100)
|£35 full day
£20 half day
|£75 full day
£40 half day
|£25 full day
£15 half day
|£ 55 full day
£ 30 half day
Refreshments: Start at £1.50 per person.
Lunch per head: Starts at £3.75 per person.
Main meals: We can arrange a selection of meal options including lasagne, chicken, steak pie and vegetarian meals. Please call to us to discuss your preferences.
* Community rate: For schools, youth groups, registered charities and constituted not-for-profit community groups who deliver benefits to the local community.
** Standard rate: All other customers.
VAT will be charged to all bookings where applicable.
To book our meeting and conference facilities or to find out more, please call The Academy on 0131 552 7854 and ask for Debbi McCulloch or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Alternatively you can download our The_Academy_Booking_Form.doc and return it to us by email, post or in person.
The Academy is located close to Ferry Road in the North of Edinburgh. You will find us just behind Morrison’s superstore. We have 34 private car parking spaces. Lothian Buses 21 and 27 stop just a few minutes’ walk from us. We are also located on Cycle Route 1.
“It’s a fantastic facility for training workshops: light, airy and quiet. It feels good to know that my business is supporting the great work that The Academy does in the community.”