Alnoba

24 Cottage Road, Exeter, NH
Capacity: 150 people

About Alnoba

Alnoba is a special place to reflect, connect and create change. It is not just a building or campus, but a vibrant landscape of 400 acres that includes lush wilderness, 10 miles of trails and a renowned art collection. The Alnoba building is where 19th-century timber framing methods meet 21st-century green architecture. It is the first Passive House Standard-certified building of its type in New England, built to reduce energy usage by 75-95% over similar structures. Parts of Alnoba are 300-year-old reclaimed timbers, and other timbers come from trees that once stood in its place. The result is an innovative blend of craftsmanship and conservation. This 14,000-square-foot building includes the main meeting room, gallery, state-of-the-art media room, meditation space, screened porch and several outdoor seating areas. Alnoba is also home to an eclectic art collection by renowned international artists. Pieces are housed both inside the building and across our campus. They include works by Andy Goldsworthy, Jaume Pensa, and Orly Genger. This unique self-sustaining environment supports going deep to find inspiration and transformation.

Package Pricing

Corporate meetings
Attendees: 2-150 | $500 /event
Pricing for meetings only
Wedding
Attendees: 200 max | $10,000 /event
Pricing for weddings only

Event Spaces

1848 Barn
1848 Barn
Alnoba Dining Room
Alnoba Dining Room
Alnoba Education Room
Alnoba Education Room
Alnoba Gallery
Alnoba Gallery
Alnoba Great Room
Alnoba Great Room
Alnoba Meditation Room
Alnoba Meditation Room
Brandy Run House
Brandy Run House
Clem's Cabin
Clem's Cabin
Sawyer Blake Cabin
Sawyer Blake Cabin
The Briggs House
The Briggs House
Whitney House
Whitney House
Venue Types
Amenities
  • On-Site Catering Service
  • Outdoor Function Area
  • Wireless Internet/Wi-Fi
Features
  • Max Number of People for an Event: 150
  • Special Features: Ten miles of walking trails, outdoor gathering spaces, fire pit, ropes course, sculpture park, sustainable construction, cabins, forest campus
  • Year Renovated: 2016