Set in the stunning Derbyshire countryside, Mount Cook is a unique venue which offers versatile meeting and conference spaces, a wide range of exciting outdoor team-building activities, delicious catering options and modern en-suite accommodation in bedrooms and Glamping Pods.
Ideal for meetings, conferences and events...
Mount Cook's Main Dining Hall is without a doubt one of the most impressive spaces within the Centre. Completely glass-fronted, this flexible space can accommodate up to 140 guests at one time, whilst offering beautiful views of the surrounding Derbyshire countryside. Suitable for almost any occasion, the Centre can provide a wide range of catering options, a variety of teas and freshly brewed coffee, and a licensed bar for evening events.
The Small Hall and Room of Requirement are comfortable, yet professional meeting spaces which can be hired by up to 45 guests for a half or full day. These spaces are perfect for business meetings or training events. Included in the room hire is the complimentary use of the Centre's projectors and screens for presentations, a flip-chart and pens, stationary and a sound system.
All guests have access to unlimited, free Wi-Fi throughout the day, plus free on-site parking.
Develop key skills, build strong relationships and have fun...
Mount Cook offers a variety of exciting activities for you to choose from. All activities are designed to develop key workplace skills, extend personal boundaries and motivate teams to work together collaboratively.
The activities include: Archery, Survival Skills, Orienteering, High Ropes, Water-Sports and Team Challenges.
Relax, unwind & take in the views...
After a full day of meetings, networking and outdoor activities - a good night's sleep is very important! The purpose-built Centre offers a variety of comfortable accommodation for up to 156 guests, including deluxe en-suite double bedrooms, modern en-suite standard bedrooms and unique wooden Glamping Pods.
Each bedroom or Glamping Pod offers dramatic views of Black Rock, Riber Castle and the rolling hills of Derbyshire.