Elite Hotels refurbishes event spaces

Elite Hotels venues Tylney Hall Hotel, Hampshire and Ashdown Park Hotel, East Sussex have opened refurbished conference venues.

Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens, Hampshire
Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens, Hampshire

Luxury Hampshire country house retreat, Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens (main image), has reopened its Chestnut Suite (below) as part of the hotel’s ongoing refurbishment plan. The space features stunning ceiling beams fashioned from the trees that fell during the great storm of 1987, and has a capacity of up to 120 delegates.  

Chestnut Suite, Tylney Hall Hotel, Hampshire

Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club in East Sussex has reopened its Mary Towneley Lounge, situated in a former chapel. The space can host up to 100 delegates and is ideal for drinks receptions or for use as a breakout area for delegates using the adjacent Harry Clarke Suite.

Elite Hotels also owns The Grand Hotel, Eastbourne and Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf & Spa in Bedfordshire.

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