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Create your 'Corporate Dream Team' with bespoke workshops and new team building activities at Sopwell House

There’s nothing like a change of scenery to re-focus the mind and bring your team closer together. So why not re-group at Sopwell House in Hertfordshire; a luxury country house hotel offering bespoke team building programmes.
Not only recognised for its luxury accommodation in a beautiful countryside location, the Georgian property is also the recent winner of the 2015 Conde Nast Johansen’s Award for Excellence in the category ‘Best for Meetings’, offering flexible corporate meeting spaces both inside and out.


Sopwell House is not only the excellent choice for meetings but also for teambuilding events of all kind. With a vast array of empowering activities to choose from, the team at Sopwell House can accommodate teambuilding events of all sizes.

For those who like to feel at one with nature, working in the great outdoors has never been so much fun! The stunning Walled Garden includes its own supply of electricity and water, not forgetting the possibility of adding a Marquee to keep the worst of the British weather at arm’s length; ensuring that you and your colleagues can take part in all kinds of innovative activities, come rain or shine! From motorised segway courses to paint-ball challenges, each chosen activity incorporates all of the required elements to successfully encourage your employees to re-connect, self-motivate and ultimately, achieve common goals.   

If you and your team prefer the comfort of the indoors, then Sopwell House can still deliver fun-filled yet engaging activities; only this time in their multi-functional event spaces. From increasingly popular cookery classes to high impact learning experiences there is an abundance of space, no matter what the challenge.

So, put aside all existing perceptions and let Sopwell House guide you towards the discovery of what group bonding ought to be; a fun, personable occasion where by employees and colleagues alike are able to break down all individual barriers and hindrances; with no limitations!

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