A glorious country house built 200 years ago of stone from the Purbeck Hills, situated within its own beautiful, formal gardens

Perfect Venue for Business Meetings and Seminars

A dinner lubricates business.

Quote Mark Lord William Stowell

Meetings, Seminars and Conferences at The Grange

The Grange is the perfect venue for business meetings and seminars, providing a secluded and peaceful setting with friendly and discrete staff who will cater for your every need.

Our meeting menus provide a selection of options, from light dishes to a more substantial meal. All items are freshly prepared and cooked, wherever possible using local, seasonal produce. 

To download our meetings brochure, which includes menus and tariffs, please click here

The Rooms

The Wessex Room

The Wessex Room has mahogany wood paneling from floor to ceiling, with large windows overlooking the front of the hotel. This room offers full blackout facilities, internet access (dial up & Wi-Fi), and natural daylight.

• Boardroom Style 26 Delegates        • Theatre Style 40 Delegates
• Classroom Style 18 Delegates         • Room Dimensions: 5.5m x 8.5m

Wessex Room Plan PDF

The Regent Room

An elegant room finished in the Regency style with cream painted wood paneling to dado rail height. The room has full height windows along an entire wall and direct access to the garden through conservatory doors. This room offers internet access (dial up & Wi-Fi), many power points, and natural daylight. This room does not have blackout facilities.

• Boardroom Style 34 Delegates        • Theatre Style 60 Delegates
• Classroom Style 60 Delegates         • Cabaret Style 60 Delegates
• U-shape style 30 Delegates            • Room Dimensions: 11.3m x 8.3m

Regent Room Plan PDF

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The Wessex Room The Wessex Room
The Regent Room The Regent Room

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Stay 3 nights for the price of 2 during January or February 2016

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