Hotel du Vin opens in Stratford-upon-Avon Georgian townhouses

Hotel du Vin has officially opened the doors of its newest boutique hotel, in the historic Stratford-upon-Avon.

Charneco meeting room
Charneco meeting room

The hotel has been converted from two Grade II-listed Georgian townhouses, with private meeting rooms and a larger conference room. It has three distinct meeting and event spaces, all of which have AV equipment and Wi-Fi.

"We’ve thought really carefully about what it is that makes a meeting or event a success, from the facilities in the rooms, to the packages and menus available," said Nicolas Jefford, general manager of Hotel du Vin & Bistro Stratford-upon-Avon. 

The smallest two rooms at the front of the townhouse seat up to 12 people and can be used for teambuilding, training, meetings and away days.

The largest room, Charneco - named after a wine referenced in Shakespeare’s King Henry VI - can host up to 70 people.

It leads directly onto the landscaped courtyard, a space that can be used for drinks receptions, launch events, and networking.

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