Highfield Heights

June 16, 2018 / Posted by Cheryl Brunwin / in Event planning / 3535 Views

Getting away to the countryside, our clients are having a more open approach to country venues rather than your standard hotel, with the outdoor open spaces that they have to offer and the flexible meeting spaces.  One venue we are delighted to talk to you about is the Highfield Park which is located on the borders of Hampshire/Berkshire. Ideal for business travellers who are wanting to spend time away from home for business to relax and unwind in the 35 acres of stunning countryside there is to offer.

The 17th century mansion house offers 58 bedrooms, 20 meetings room which can hold up to 200 of your delegates. With a range of bedrooms, you are spoilt for choice, from the main house signature doubles, spacious rooms with large beds and the to the Fir Tree Court bedrooms, a great short walk from the main house. Even better they come with all the necessary amenities.

Providing the prefect environment is something that doesn’t disappoint, just let them know what is needed and it will happen. With the flexible meeting spaces, it is a great blank space to let your imagination go wild. Providing many different layouts, divided rooms and seating to make the most of the space to offer. The vision is endless.

Meet the newest member of the meeting rooms the “Think Tank”, perfect for training programmes, it allows you to break all the rules in the book and draw on the walls.

The chefs take great pride in producing local and seasonal food mixed with some of their creativity, so the menu is never the same and offers some of the finest fresh produce, that creates light, tasty dishes packed with delicious flavours.

For a chance to win dinner, bed and breakfast for 2 people at Highfield Park, all you need to do is answer this question…….

What venue where Magdalen and her team most recently on site at to provide a client with project management? (Hint, it’s in a recent blog!)


Molly | Posted: 20th June 2018 | 12:32 pm

Ellenborough Park, Cheltenham – and it looks gorgeous!

Jasmine Mclennan | Posted: 22nd June 2018 | 1:58 pm

Hi Molly, this may or may not be correct 😉 Why not try entering our competition here to see if you are right? https://www.firstchoice-ce.co.uk/choice-prizes/