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Set amid 376 acres of magnificent gardens and parkland, Cliveden is one of the UK’s finest country houses. Created with entertainment in mind, the grand stately home has played host to virtually
every British monarch since George I and has been home to three dukes, an earl and Frederick, Prince of Wales. Business meetings can be held in two traditional, naturally lit boardrooms. The
Macmillan is distinguished by its grand oak panelling, while the Churchill – the larger of the two – has a private terrace. Conferences for up to 60 can be held in the French Dining Room, while
delightful private dining rooms are perfect for smaller groups: choose the elegant Boudoir, or Lord Astor’s former private wine cellar. There is also space for a marquee. A good range of
generous-sized, traditional bedrooms are available for accommodation, plus on-site Spring Cottage, a Thameside retreat with three bedrooms.
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