The Malthouse Project, 8 Elsey’s Yard, Risbygate Street, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP33 3AA
The Malthouse Project is a beautifully converted 17th century maltings that has become a unique attraction in the centre of this historic market town. The three high quality event spaces within the building are perfect for meetings and training courses for up to 70 people.
After years of being derelict, the building was sympathetically restored in 2007 thanks to funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, St Edmundsbury Borough Council, the Bury St Edmunds Town Trust and various other trusts and individuals.
Our meeting and function rooms have high tech audio visual equipment available and catering is provided in house by the kiln café.
audio visual equipment
The largest of our function rooms, the beamed room is a beautiful space with exposed timber frames and white washed walls and can hold up to 50 people seated or 70 standing. When the building was a maltings this room would have been used as a granary.
For smaller gatherings, the heritage room can accommodate eight people seated and 15 standing. The room houses our original maltings door and cabinets displaying years of the Malthouse's history.
For a less formal gathering, why not try our Kiln Café.
The café can hold up to 15 people seated and 20-25 people standing, and is run by qualified chefs and local volunteers. In the summer, seating is provided outside for an additional eight people.
Telephone - 01284 732550