Lucknam Park

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Lucknam Park is the ideal conference venue near Bath. Discreet yet accessible. Secluded yet connected. A distraction-free setting for the best business brainstorms.

The four elegant meeting rooms provide flexible space for creative exchanges, networking sessions, executive meetings and working lunches.

The hotel can cater from 2 to 30. Should you decide to hire the main house on an exclusive use basis, dinner for 80 can comfortably be catered for in the elegance of the Michelin Starred Restaurant Hywel Jones.

500 acre private estate and spectacular Spa are perfect for creative events and teambuilding activities to alfresco receptions.

- Award winning spa with 20 metre indoor swimming pool, indoor/outdoor hydrotherapy pool, thermal cabins, fully equipped gymnasium, outdoor gym, eight treatment rooms

- Equestrian Centre, home to 35 horses of all sizes and capabilities. They cater for complete beginners needing full training to advanced riders. Dressage and jumping, lessons, hacks, team building events

- Two floodlit tennis courts
- 5-a-side football pitch
- Croquet lawn
- Bicycles
- They can also offer numerous team building activities from duck herding to blind 4x4 driving and much more

 

IDEAL FOR EXCLUSIVE USE

Exclusive use includes 43 elegant bedrooms and suites and maximum flexibility for conferences, product launches, dining, entertainment , activities…….. the list is endless.

The main house with its elegant Drawing Room and Library is ideal for receptions and perfect for those relaxed networking sessions during the day. The 4 private meeting rooms offer flexible space whether it is for round table discussions or formal meetings. Dining in the hotel’s Michelin star Restaurant Hywel Jones will ensure a memorable evening.

 

Lucknam Park also has 3 cottages in the grounds, 2 with three bedrooms and 1 with four bedrooms.  These can be booked on a self-catering basis, minimum two-night stay.

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