Conference venue Woodland Grange wins VisitEngland's Award for Excellence

Woodland Grange conference venue in Leamington Spa has won the Business Tourism Award at VisitEngland's Awards for Excellence 2015.

Woodland Grange Conference & Meeting Venue in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Woodland Grange Conference & Meeting Venue in Leamington Spa, Warwickshire

Woodland Grange Conference & Meeting Venue is a residential conference venue in Warwickshire and has 26 meeting rooms, 114 bedrooms and tailored packages for up to 200 delegates.

The venue was a ‘Gold Winner’ for the Business Tourism Award, which was presented at the annual VisitEngland's Awards for Excellence prize ceremony at the Sage Gateshead on 11 May.

VisitEngland Chairman, Lady Cobham CBE, said: "The VisitEngland Awards for Excellence celebrate the very best in English tourism. It is the highest accolade and recognises the true champions of our industry, as well as the top quality visitor experiences we are fortunate to have on offer in England. The competition is of an increasingly high standard and so I offer my sincere congratulations to all our winners on this tremendous achievement."

Other award winners included:

Large Visitor Attraction of the Year - Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust, Telford, Shropshire

Small Hotel of the Year - Brockencote Hall Hotel, Chaddesley Corbett, Worcestershire

Large Hotel of the Year - Matfen Hall Hotel, Golf & Spa, Matfen, Newcastle upon Tyne

Sustainable Tourism Award - Wheatland Farm Eco Lodges, Winkleigh, Devon

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