Both venues have benefitted from the refurbishment of all communal space – including lounges, bars and restaurants.
The Venues Collection has completed the extensive refurbishments of two of their conference and training venues – Eastwood Hall in Nottingham and Sedgebrook Hall in Northampton.
Both venues have benefitted from the refurbishment of all communal space – including lounges, bars and restaurants. Sedgebrook Hall’s 103 bedrooms are all now fully refurbished and their three main meeting rooms – the Oak, Cedar and Chestnut suites – are now fully renovated and modernised. Eastwood Hall’s 100 bedrooms are fully refurbished, and their main meeting room – the Chatterley suite – has also been renovated whilst the remaining event spaces have benefitted from a light refresh.
Commenting on the refurbishments, Joanne Barratt, Managing Director of The Venues Collection said: “We have invested heavily in both venues since acquiring them in 2018 in order to bring bedrooms and meetings spaces up to the standard expected at The Venue Collection properties. We are committed to the continual investment in our properties to ensure they are always modern, welcoming and relaxing spaces for our delegates and guests.”
The Venues Collection is part of Lime Venue Portfolio and is the residential venue business of Compass Group UK & Ireland. The Collection consists of seven event and training sites across the South West, South East, and East & West Midlands. The venues also offer comfortable and relaxing breaks for leisure guests, with double or family rooms, contemporary restaurants and bar areas with seasonally inspired menus, outdoor space with many venues also offering leisure facilities.
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