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Brocket unveils Complete Corporate Hospitality Solution

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The illustrious stately home known as Brocket Hall, famed for being home to two Prime Ministers as well as the place at which Margaret Thatcher wrote her memoirs, is launching a new echelon of membership in New Year that could transform the way companies conduct business.

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Offering an imposing rural alternative to the hectic capital, Brocket Hall, near Welwyn Herts, is a magic doorway into a grand rural estate, just 20 miles from London.

Estate Membership at Brocket Hall provides a prestigious and relaxed environment specifically for organisations whose annual budget embraces out-of-office meetings, conferencing, hospitality and entertainment.

From January 2018, the heritage buildings will play host to businessmen and women who will entertain on the estate whilst taking advantage of the flexible meeting rooms and conferencing amenities, golf and country pursuits.

Membership includes use of the top class facilities for meetings and conferences together with exclusive use of Brocket Hall itself with its 30 bedrooms. Additional benefits include butler service and a fine dining experience at the 54-seater Prime Minister’s Table in the Ballroom, the setting for many prestigious evenings held in honour of royalty and government figures.

Also on offer as part of the membership scheme is the highly-acclaimed cuisine at Auberge du Lac which enjoys a lakeside view over the 543-acre estate and affords a range of private dining rooms offering comfort and privacy for confidential meetings and entertaining clients.

Privileges include membership of the new Lord Byron Fine Wine Club with access to Master Sommelier consultations and world-class wines and the Lady Caroline Lamb Arts Club, established to bring visiting exhibitions, musical entertainment and events to Brocket Hall. Also provided, a full concierge service and access to overseas hotels and city clubs so that members who travel regularly can enjoy benefits even when away from the estate.

And finally, Estate Membership confers playing rights on both the 18-hole Melbourne and Palmerston golf courses for company personnel’s own use and company golf days.

Estate Membership will be officially unveiled at the opening of the Lady Caroline Lamb Arts and Entertainment Club on Wednesday 21st February when it will showcasing Brocket Hall’s uniquely English offering of sophisticated luxury, first class amenities and superior services within a single exclusive venue.

 

For further information contact Melanie Faldo on socal.uk@gmail.co.uk

 

 

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