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De Vere Venues unveils all new event space at Warbrook House

New event space at Warbrook House
De Vere Venues, the UK’s No1 provider of conference and meeting space has extended its event facilities at Warbrook House, Hook, with the addition of an all-new permanent marquee structure.  
The Marquee, which is situated within the extensive grounds of Warbrook House can accommodate up to 200 delegates, offering blank canvas conferencing facilities with stunning views and direct access to the 130 acres of woodland which surround the venue. This allows event organisers to let the outdoors in and incorporate a range of outdoor activities into their event – including access to the quirky croquet lawn.

The new facilities work in harmony with Warbrook House’s existing meeting and events proposition, which includes 10 grand meeting rooms in the main Georgian Mansion House, designed by renowned architect John James in 1724, as well as a contemporary conference centre ‘The Grange’ which provides  a further eight  modern meeting rooms. Warbrook House provides free Wi-Fi along with high tech AV equipment throughout.

Maria Griffiths, General Manager of Warbrook House commented; ‘’We constantly strive to offer our clients new and innovative event spaces to carry out their conferences and meetings. The addition of the new marquee increases our capacity across the site and adds another fantastic space solution to our already multi-faceted venue.’’

Ideally located, Warbrook House provides close links to Heathrow Airport, as well as major motorways including the M3. Regular rail services are available from nearby Hook and Reading into central London.

As well as corporate events, The Marquee is already proving popular within the private event market, with a number of celebrations, including wedding parties booked throughout 2014.

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