Regarded as one of the finest stately homes in the country, Weston Park has found particular favour among high-profile politicians through the ages, from Disraeli to Clinton and Blair. After centuries of care by several generations of the same family, the estate was gifted to the nation by Richard VII and the present Earl of Bradford and is now in the care of the trustees of the Weston Park Foundation. A wide selection of meeting rooms, holding up to 130 theatre style, is spread across The House and The Stables. The 17th-century house is offered on an exclusive-use basis only, while the self-contained stables have undergone major development to convert them into tailor-made venues for private dining and meetings, complete with an outdoor courtyard and auditorium. The surrounding 1,000 acres of parkland can host outdoor events for as many as 85,000 people.
|The Doncaster (The Stables)||100||50||-|
|The Hayloft (The Stables)||50||28||-|
|Retreat (The Stables)||25||12||-|
|The Auditorium (The Stables)||60||-||-|