Team Building Venues: Horwood House, Buckinghamshire

As part of our day to day job we travel all around the country and see a lot of beautiful venues. They might be in city centres, by motorway junctions or in the middle of the countryside, but they each have something that marks them out from the others.

In this new series of posts we want to take a look at some of our favourites – venues that due to location, history, staff, facilities, grounds, décor or something entirely different are the best of the best.

First up…

Horwood House, Buckinghamshire

The delightful Horwood House hotel

10 miles from Milton Keynes and just outside the small village of Little Horwood, Horwood House is operated by Principal Hayley, predominantly as a conference venue. It has 35 meeting rooms with all the options you would expect from a top rate venue, and can seat up to 220 delegates in their Cook Suite.

The building itself is a beautiful Grade II listed building, built in 1912. It boasts 182 en suite rooms and is perfect for longer conferences – or just when you want to turn that away-day into an away-day-and-night!

It is set in 38 acres of land, much of which is lovingly landscaped, and this is what we particularly love about it. There are almost no events that we can’t run at this venue!

Venue Finder Annie had this to say about Horwood House:

“It’s a lovely venue and they have a great team there which is why we keep coming back year after year. The sheer size and variety of the beautiful grounds means it’s perfect for a whole variety of events”.

Give us a call on 0845 006 06 06 to discuss the venue possibilities for your next event.

4 thoughts on “Team Building Venues: Horwood House, Buckinghamshire

  1. Its a lovely venue, have performed there for wedding receptions in recent times …. take a peek at the ole telephone exchange located in the main reception .. quite a time piece!! Ideal location for a host of functions. Looking forward to a return visit – highly recommended!!

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