Lined with books and with windows which open to the fresh air and a view of the gardens, the Lyttleton Room makes an ideal thinking space, perfect for working meetings. Generations of students have been taught here, and it is still regularly used for tutorials during the University term time.
The Lyttleton Room measures 6.8m by 4.5m. It is accessed via steps from Wolfson Quad, and situated next to Talbot Hall. It works well as a breakout space booked in conjunction with Talbot Hall. The bookshelves which wrap around this room lend it an academic air. With plenty of space, natural light, and a balcony overlooking the gardens, the Lyttleton Room is an excellent room for focus and concentration, providing exactly the right atmosphere for teaching, collaboration and problem solving.