Library prepared for a corporate presentation
Games room with snooker table and table tennis
Mix business with pleasure at deluxe Brinsop Court, an ideal base for generating corporate innovation complemented by an array of downtime activities that will fire the creative spark.
The 12th- century moated manor, just five miles from lively Hereford, is also a wonderful venue for family celebrations: imagine marking that big occasion with exclusive use of the estate’s luxurious rooms and 800-acres of lawns, woodland and farm trails.
For corporate visitors there are several modern working areas that can host up to 100 people. They include the Banqueting Hall and Library which are perfect for conferences, focused strategy work and for inspiring original thought.
Brinsop’s corporate hospitality is of the same high standard, with 18 rooms available complemented by top class catering.
The Grade 1 listed house is perfect for gala dinners and other company events, which can be indoors or in the spectacular and secluded grounds.
And when the work is done you and your colleagues can enjoy the estate’s range of sports and pastimes, including tennis, snooker and fishing, while there’s a hot tub for those preferring more pampered relaxation.
Comfort is the watchword for big family occasions, together with luxury, style and stimulation.
Brinsop’s bedrooms are contemporary and sleep 33 while the dining room and Banqueting Hall are elegant and refined.
The Banqueting Hall is the oldest part of the house with a vaulted ceiling, secret door and open fireplace – perfect for a feast.
Guests can use the cosy farmhouse kitchen to cater for themselves or call in an experienced chef recommended by the manor’s attentive but discreet staff.
Outside is a world of discovery. There are family treasure trails on the estate farm, ample wildlife in its ancient woodland, a choice of walking trails and cycles available for use.
Beyond the grounds is the hamlet of Brinsop and further afield the Welsh Marches and Offa’s Dyke. The foothills of the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains are also within reach.
Trails and mountains may well have attracted poet William Wordsworth whose sister Mary lived at the house in the early 19th century. Actress Madeleine Carroll, star of Hitchcock’s The 39 Steps, was another famous resident, almost 100 years later.
Corporate - from..£65 per head (8 hours)..£175 per head (24 hours) -Minimum guest numbers apply
Weddings - from £6,950 per 2 nights (33 guests accommodated)Catering available at additional cost
Holidays - from £6950 per 3 nights – sleeps up to 33 guests