Dunchurch Park is a beautiful Grade II listed Manor House, set in 72 acres of magnificent gardens and grounds. The house has retained many original features, to include Oak and Walnut panelling, and has been complemented by modern conference extensions.
Located in Central Midlands, this versatile venue is easily accessible from the M1, M6 & M45, Coventry & Birmingham airport & just 50 minutes by train from London Euston.
Benefiting from an excellent range of facilities Dunchurch Park Hotel and Conference Centre is ideal for meetings, interviews, conferences & training courses, product launches & special events, outdoor activity days & team building exercises, private dining, award dinners and celebrations.
The venue is designed for maximum flexibility, with all 32 meeting, training, conference and syndicate rooms looking out over the stunning gardens and grounds and enjoying the benefit of natural daylight.
Dunchurch Park offers affordable, all inclusive delegate rates and a choice of 32 conference, training, meeting, event & syndicate rooms. These facilities offer space, from 2 to 300 delegates and in addition, there is a permanent Marquee that can cater for up to 400 for a dinner, 450 for a reception and can accommodate car launches and indoor team building.
For Team Building activities and Leadership Development programmes, we have our very own 'eureka!'
High and Low ropes course nestled amongst the trees, a dedicated area for motorised activities as well as large, flat grassed areas and lawns for all types of team building exercises, outdoor activities, and fun days.
After a hard day's work, guests can work-out in the gym or enjoy some of the outdoor leisure facilities such as the short par 3 golf course, putting green, tennis court and croquet lawn.
The pretty, historic village of Dunchurch is just a few minutes walk down the drive, with its most notable guests staying at the Red Lion Inn in Dunchurch in 1605 - the Gunpowder Plotters, awaiting news of Guy Fawkes’ attempt to blow up the Houses of Parliament. Just 2 miles away is the town of Rugby, the town for which the game is named after William Webb Ellis first picked up the ball and ran with it in 1823!