New event spaces for Hanbury Manor

The Marriott Hotel & Country Club's £1.7 million refurbishment offers 17 spaces for hire for 8 to 200 guests.

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Each of the 17 reimagined meeting spaces has views of the grounds and the Garden Court has its own private walled garden. The manicured lawns and pretty 19th century rose garden built by James II for Robert Hanbury in 1865 are open to all guests and delegates.

Every meeting room has been updated with Clevertouch Screens, Smart Write on Walls and ClickShare connectivity. The multi-functional spaces incorporate breakout areas for networking and relaxation.
"We are delighted with the results of the £1.7 million refurbishment and are really pleased with all the fantastic feedback we have been received so far," said general manager Russell Prior. "Hanbury Manor is a beautiful country retreat and now our improved meetings and events offering means we can deliver exceptional events in a relaxed environment with impeccable service. Our memorable location is within easy reach of London, London Stansted and Luton Airports and has fantastic rail and road links to the rest of the country."
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