Meeting & Conference Venue
Eastnor Castle is a prestigious and impressive corporate events venue for off-site business meetings and conferences.
The many rooms can be adapted to suit a number of uses, including meetings, conferences, presentations, product launches, seminars, training events and boardroom meetings.
Everything you need for your event
Eastnor Castle will provide a data projector, screen, flipcharts and PA equipment if required and the Castle meeting rooms are suitably equipped with ample 13amp sockets and Wi-fi.
The experienced and professional team will plan and organise your corporate meetings & conferences events and your guests will enjoy a warm and relaxed atmosphere in this truly exceptional family home.
Eastnor Castle can suggest exciting and innovative touches to enhance your event and we pride ourselves on the highest standards of comfort, impeccable service and attention to detail.
And so to bed…
12 sumptuous bedrooms can be used by small groups wishing to include dinner and overnight accommodation in their corporate meetings programme. There are also four holiday cottages on the Eastnor Estate which are finished and equipped to a high standard, and rated 4* by Visit England.
Eastnor Castle also has relationships with other hotels in the local area and can recommend the best place for your guests to stay should you require extra overnight accommodation.
All dimensions and capacities are approximate and allow for fixed furnishings and staged where appropriate.
The Dining Room seats up to 22 for dinner around the central dining table or up to 80 around individual round tables. Other combinations and dining rooms are available.
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“Our event was a great success and we thoroughly enjoyed our stay with you in the magnificent surroundings, along with the excellent cuisine and wine which complimented it perfectly! The attention to detail, discreet personal service was met with a high level of professionalism. Should the opportunity arise, we would not hesitate to visit you again in the future.”