Shakespeare’s England is a perfect location as a meetings and incentive destination for both domestic and internationally based businesses. It combines the rich heritage of Shakespearean England with an easy to reach location in Warwickshire and affordable conference and meeting rates.
Shakespeare’s England covers the main towns of Stratford-upon-Avon, Kenilworth, Royal Leamington Spa, Warwick and the surrounding countryside of the Cotswolds. There is easy access from the M5, M1, M40 and the M6 and Birmingham Airport. The area is also well served by the rail network including regular fast direct train lines to both London and Birmingham.
Along with the central location and ease of access are very competitive conference rates to ensure that meetings or conferences in Shakespeare’s England will impress and delight delegates without breaking meeting budgets.
As the region has a history of catering for a wide variety of international and domestic leisure visitors, the welcome and levels of service are as good as you will expect anywhere in the world. A wide variety of suitable hotels and visitor attractions ensure guests have plenty to fill their down time.
The Shakespeare’s England region is privileged to have a wealth of world-class meetings and events venues, and we’re here to help unlock their benefits for you and your delegates. Choose from an extensive range of purpose-built conference spaces, superb hotels and unique venues including:
- Warwick Conferences
- Ricoh Arena
- Stratford Manor
- Warwick Castle
- RSC’s The Other Place
- Dallas Burston Polo Club
- DoubleTree by Hilton Stratford-upon-Avon
Whether you’re providing a meeting for five delegates or a conference for five hundred, Meet Shakespeare’s England can assist you in finding the perfect location for your event. Our professional team use local expertise and a range of key industry contacts to support with the following:
- Site visits
- Accommodation bookings
- Venue finding and enquiries
- Competitive rates
Ready to enquire about your next event? Contact us now.