The Beit Room
The most intimate of the three public rooms, the Beit Room is perfect for personal, informal events, business meetings, private lunches and dinners, and small receptions
Named after Alfred Beit, a gold and diamond magnate who co-founded with Cecil Rhodes the De Beers diamond company and offered plentiful donations to university education and research in several countries, the Beit Room is the smallest of the three public rooms.
Entered through a set of two solid-oak doors from the Jameson Room, the Beit Room offers windows that look out east on to the courtyard gardens and the more private west lawn, both of which can also be accessed from the book corridor outside.
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- All windows can be easily curtained
- All rooms are interconnected
- All rooms have three-phase power
- All rooms look out onto the gardens
- There is access to all rooms and the gardens for visitors with disabilities.