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Alexandra House, Swindon
A relatively young hotel, the Alexandra House opened its doors in 2005. The hotel is situated on the outskirts of Swindon in Wroughton Village. Consequently the hotel and grounds have a relaxed and peaceful atmosphere. Alexandra House proves a great location for a function or event, with an array of conference facilities and an ability to hold an excellent team-building day. The hotel has 154 guest rooms with all the creature comforts expected of a four-star hotel as well as additions to make a business stay more convenient and so there is a work space and WiFi access while in the executive rooms there’s an Xbox and DVD players.
Horwood House, Milton Keynes
Set on the outskirts of Milton Keynes, the Horwood House, like a number of the Principal Hayley venues, revolves around an idyllic manor house and is part of 38 acres of parkland. It includes some more traditional parts thanks to its early 20th century structure as well as the standard modern amenities and sections too. The Horwood House is helpfully placed just half an hour from the major motorways and so access is made fairly straight forward. The House’s facade is covered in climbers, a factor which serves to add further charm to the venue and consolidates the picturesque and attractive nature of this country hotel.
St John’s Hotel, Solihull
The recently refurbished St John’s Hotel is located in the district of Solihull to the south of Birmingham and offers a stylish and modern accommodation in which to stay during your time in the city. It is situated not far from the M42, while Birmingham International Airport is also not far away and so access is relatively straight forward. Visitors can expect a fresh and contemporary feel to the hotel thanks to a recent refurbishment which benefitted the public parts of the venue as well as some of the meeting facilities. There is a car park available onsite, while there is also the chance to spend time relaxing and unwinding at the leisure club with its swimming pool and other spaces for relaxation.
Sedgebrook Hall, Northampton
The Sedgebrook Hall is another of the group’s countryside hotels and is based around a historic building amid expansive grounds. The first thing you will notice is the impressive Victorian house, while searching around a little further guests will be able to explore the 13 acres of grounds and the venue’s other less traditional buildings. The Sedgebrook Hall is well-placed a short distance from the neighbouring motorways near the market town of Northampton and so access is straight forward. The hotel is ideal for all sorts of conference and event; there is an extensive total of 23 facilities which can be used for activities of up to 200 guests.
Kenwood Hall, Sheffield
The Kenwood Hall boasts a top location from its position amid 12 acres of green parkland which includes trees and lakes. And yet it is just a mile from Sheffield’s city centre. The hotel, formerly known as the Sheffield Marriott, has some traditional parts and some modern areas depending on the section of the venue you are in. The conference facilities show a more contemporary side, while other areas offer a glimpse of the structure’s past. Thanks to its surroundings, the hotel boasts excellent views from its windows, while inside the venue is impressively designed and furnished. Meanwhile, it is easy to reach the surrounding countryside as well as the businesses and attractions of Sheffield.