The Vicarage in Cheshire relaunches events and meetings space

Cheshire-based hotel The Vicarage in Cranage has recently relaunched its meeting and events spaces.

The Vicarage relaunches events spaces
The Vicarage relaunches events spaces

The hotel's corporate facilities include three separate meeting and events spaces - the Library, the Conservatory and the Games Room. The largest room, the Library can accommodate up to 30 delegates boardroom style and up to 70 theatre style. The Conservatory has a capacity of 65 while the Games room can cater for up to 25.


 

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The 17th Century Grade II listed building is located just outside Holmes Chapel, one mile from Junction 18 off the M6 motorway and 30 minutes by car from Manchester airport

 The in-house restaurant will serve locally sourced British produce from Cheshire's artisan producers and foragers. Delegates can dine in the privacy of their meeting room or can opt to dine in the bar, restaurant or conservatory.


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