Worcestershire hotel extends conference facilities

Worcestershire luxury hotel, The Wood Norton, has extended its conference facilities following a refurbishment of the Old Kitchen.

Now named ‘Fleur de Sel’, the newly refurbished suite is the latest development in the hotel’s £10 million refurbishment programme. It offers a new intimate meeting room with a capacity for up to 20.

Refurbished by interior design specialist Linda Brage of Core Design, the Fleur de Sel now boasts neutral and grey colourings, with indoor lighting and comfortable furnishings to create a calming and welcoming atmosphere.

General manager, Steve Sweeny, explained: "Here at The Wood Norton we have become an increasingly popular venue for businesses requiring meeting or conference facilities – and although we have both the boardroom and the Orangery to accommodate this demand, we wanted to create an additional space for medium sized groups between ten and 20 in numbers."

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