Herefordshire venue opens for events

Dewsall Court in Herefordshire, a 10 bedroom country house, has opened for events.

Herefordshire venue opens for events
Herefordshire venue opens for events

Available for exclusive use bookings, Dewsall is nestled among 15 acres of private grounds, with team-building activities including archery and foraging to horse trekking and paragliding.

The Grade II listed property is a family owned heritage estate, featuring a fireside drinks area. Dewsall boasts 10 king sized bedrooms, each with its own bathroom. Conference spaces include an open-beamed studio with under floor heating and a silk Chinoiserie room with adjoining oak panelled study.

Food is cooked by Dewsall’s dedicated chef (or a celebrity chef on request) and is served in the opulent orangery style dining room overlooking the formal gardens.

Available spaces:

  • The Studio: a light, open-beamed barn conversion perfect for conferencing, creative thinking workshops and presentations for up to 60; or as a gym and yoga/tai chi studio.

  • The Wainhouse Barn: set in the grounds which can host up to 130 and is designed for receptions, presentations, conferences, exhibitions and dining.

  • The Chinoiserie: an elegant room designed for board meetings for up to 12

  • The Conservatory:  can seat 40 for dining, discussion or presentations

  • The Study: an oak paneled room with antique partner’s desk - ideal for one to ones or for support and admin staff

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