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Meeting Rooms

We have four fantastic meeting rooms here at M-SParc ranging from a small interview room, to Wales’ Best Boardroom!

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We have rooms fit for four, six, eight or 14 people, and each room is especially tailored to provide you and your guests with the best possible meeting experience.

Our meeting rooms are Teams and Zoom compatable through your own laptop or the computer in the room, to help you efficiently run your conference calls!

When booking a meeting room please remind yourself of the terms and conditions which you can find here!

Keep scrolling to find out more about our meeting rooms and pricing.

Photograph of the crisp white boardroom in daylight including a long table, 13 chairs and a presentation screen
The Boardroom

Our boardroom is designed to impress. Accommodating up to 14 delegates, it enjoys spectacular views of Snowdonia, which can be viewed from the balcony.

  • 75” LED Screen
  • Connectivity options, VGA, HDMI, Ethernet, WiFi
  • HD PTZ video conferencing
The Collaboration Room

Designed to be flexible, with a more informal style, the layout can be arranged for the most convenient configuration for you.

  • Interactive sessions, including annotations and
  •  AVER VC520 and mini-PC system
Low view of the M-SParc collaboration meeting room
Pi meeting room with table in the middle, 6 chairs and a presenting screen, M-SParc Illustrations on the walls
The Rocket and Pi Rooms

A selection of comfortable and fully functional meeting rooms for a variety of smaller gatherings.

  •  48” LED wall mounted screen with connection panel
  • AVER VC520 and mini-PC system

Our meeting rooms

(14 people)




(8 people)




(6 people)




(4 people)




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Tom Burke

Digital Innovation Manager

Tom used to work at the KFC in his hometown of Colwyn Bay before it mysteriously burned down. He then spent several years “on the lam” in East Germany, where he worked as an animator in Berlin. When the wall fell, Tom came home.

He enjoys climbing and hates ice-skating.