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Blenheim Palace

The Blenheim Palace was a gift to John, the First Duke of Malborough, from Queen Anne and a grateful nation. Blenheim is still the family home of the Dukes of Malborough. It was in 1874 that Winston Churchill was born in a small ground floor bedroom, adding another ilustrious page to Blenheim history.

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Woburn Abbey

On entering the Sculpture Gallery via the only remaining section of the Henry Holland corridor, which linked the house to the rest of the complex, you can see some of the Greek and Roman sarcophagi, depicting scenes from classical mythology.

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Brocket Hall

Brocket Hall has one of the most intriguing history of any of the great houses of Britain. The Brocket Hall which is known today, was built by renowned architect James Paine for the owner, Sir Mathew Lamb in 1760. However, the Hall stands on the site of two predecessors, the original of which was built in 1239.

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Taplow House

A stunning Georgian retreat in Taplow, Buckinghamshire set in 6 acres of beautiful gardens and boasting Europe's largest tulip trees. The perfect setting for a conference or wedding. Taplow House is the ideal place for the business traveller.

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Waddesdon Manor

With so much to enjoy Waddesdon makes a perfect day visit, but can also be combined with tours to Oxford, Stratford and other National Trust properties in the area such as Claydon House and Stowe Landscape Gardens.

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Wrotham Park

Wrotham Park is an excellent venue for private parties, corporate hospitality events, banquets, receptions, boardroom luncheons and meetings, product launches and presentations. With 300 acres of parkland, various lakes and woodland, there is ample space for marquees, car parking and off road events.

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London

Madame Tussaud's
Madame Tussaud's

Madame Tussauds is the hottest London venue, a visual and interactive experience. The venue is extremely versatile making it ideal for awards ceremonies, dinners, dinner dances, parties and product launches. It is the ultimate in unique venues and is available for exclusive hire.

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Royal Albert Hall
Royal Albert Hall

No other in the world can compete with the Royal Albert Hall in combining history with flexibility, beauty with adaptability and intimacy with grandeur.

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Symphony Bateaux
Symphony Bateaux

As London's premier river dining service, Bateaux London offers a wide range of lunch and luxurious dinner cruises (both scheduled and privately chartered) on the River Thames.

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The Natural History Museum
The Natural History Museum

The Natural History Museum is the UK's national museum of natural history, and a centre of scientific excellence in taxonomy and biodiversity.

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Tower Bridge
Tower Bridge

Tower Bridge is simply one of the most unique venues in London for weddings, private and corporate events. The most famous bridge in the world houses for stunning venue areas, each one would be a unique and memorable setting for celebrations of every kind.

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Lincoln's Inn
Lincoln's Inn

The largest and oldest of the four Inns of Court, formal records of Lincoln's Inn date back to an entry in the Black Books in 1422. Their spectacular settings, sumptuous and unique backdrops, provide an unforgettable experience for events of all types.

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Windsor

 

Sir Christopher Wren's Hotel & Spa
Wren House

Regally overlooked by the towers of Windsor Castle on the banks of the River Thames.
Whether you are looking to organise a meeting, banquet or a special gathering, Sir Christopher Wren's House Hotel is the ideal venue. The aim is to provide you with the meeting room facilities you require in quiet, elegant surroundings.

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The Tower Bar & Brasserie Windsor
House Bridge

Enjoy simple and seasonal British classics with our Executive Chef adding his own selections daily, all supporting our philosophy of using the finest and freshest local produce, cooked simply, priced sensibly. With the breathtaking views of Windsor Castle and individual service - you have a truly memorable dining experience.

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Cambridge

 

King's College
King's College

Situated next to the river Cam in the very heart of the historic city of Cambridge, King's College as an international conference centre provides a unique blend of traditional surroundings and modern facilities. The superb range of menus, fine cuisine and extensive wine cellars will guarantee a memorable experience.

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Queen's College
Queen's College

Founded in 1448, the College welcomes residential and non-residential conferences, meetings, lunches and dinners.
Queen's College has been catering for the famous and obscure for over 550 years. Its reputation for excellence and innovation continues unrivalled to this day.

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De Vere University Arms
De Vere University Arms

Situated in the heart of Cambridge, offers a combination of expansive elegance, associated with the Victorian era.
A stay at the University Arms affords the opportunity to explore the beauty and history of Cambridge at your leisure. A gentle stroll from the hotel, and you will be rewarded with architectural treasures, historic colleges and winding streets.

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St. John's College
St. Johns College

Founded in 1511 by Lady Margaret Beaufort is the second largest of the constituent Colleges of the University of Cambridge.
An exclusive St John's buffet style luncheon and a full three course dinner is part of the conference package -although the Catering and Conference Staff will be pleased to help you plan alternative menus for special functions.

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Oxford

 

Christ Church College
Christ Church College

Was founded by King Henry VIII in 1546 and remains to this day a unique combination of College and Cathedral. The college makes available its accommodation, catering services, meeting rooms and the services of an experienced staff for conferences, meetings and seminars. The college offers meal facilities in its magnificent Tudor Hall.

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Wadham College
Wadham College

Founded by Nicholas and Dorothy Wadham of Merifield in Somerset in 1612. It is situated in 6 acres of beautiful grounds in the centre of Oxford. It is ideally located for both work and pleasure.
In the Hall and Refectory breakfast and lunches are served in a style to suit the requirements of a busy working day. Dinner is a more formal affair with delegates able to enjoy the convivial atmosphere of the four hundred year old Hall.

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Brasenose College
Brasenose College

Was founded in 1509 by William Smyth, the Bishop of Lincoln and Richard Sutton.
The College offers a variety of catering options ranging from bed and breakfast through to full board. Traditional Oxford banquets in Hall can be provided as required. Full catering facilities are available at the Main College.

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The Lion King

We Will Rock You

Phantom of the Opera

Mamma Mia!

Billy Elliot

Wicked

Les Misérables

Silverstone
Silverstone Silverstone

Britain has some of the greatest sporting venues in the world and for the motor racing fan it is Silverstone. In World terms, there are few circuits that historically and emotionally rank in the same league and these include Monza in Italy and Indianapolis in the USA. Silverstone is not just Formula 1. Over the years, most forms of motorsport have raced on the seven circuits that Silverstone currently boasts. These include Grand Prix motorcycles, SuperBikes, Karts, FIA GTs, European Le Mans, RallySprint and stages of the Rally of Great Britain. These are in addition to the regular rounds of the British Touring Car Championship, British Formula 3 and GT and many club events for cars of all types and eras. One of the World-class major events is the International Historic Festival which was created at Silverstone which boasts top racing, and displays some of the world's most historic cars.

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Brands Hatch
Brands Hatch Brands Hatch

Drive in one of the most famous circuits in the world. Follow in the footsteps of some of the greats and drive a single seater around the legendary Brands Hatch. The Racing Experience lets you get acquainted to the circuit in an Audi TT Quattro then live your dream and drive a Formula Brands single-seater around the famous Indy circuit.

Brands Hatch can offer a superb choice of venue to ensure any business event gets off to a flying start. With excellent facilities, professional catering and a dedicated team of staff, it can tailor-make a successful occasion for your business. The thrill of the race-track environment provides a perfect setting for launching new products, holding conferences or exhibitions.

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Land Rover Experience
Land Rover Experience Land Rover Experience

Are you ready to see what a real off-road vehicle can do? Are you looking to develop your driving skills to advanced level?
If so, then you're very welcome at Land Rover Experience. Whether want to take part on your own; with your family or friends; or as part of a corporate hospitality outing, team building group or business meeting; we guarantee you a warm welcome and an unforgettable day of confidence boosting off-road driving challenge.
The ultimate experience, with the spirit of adventure at its heart- the great outdoors has always been the territory of the Land Rover brand.
That's why our Adventure Experience is designed to get you off tarmac and perfectly demonstrate the full capabilities of the Land Rover range - as well as giving you a taste of our 'kings of the off-road'.

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Day 1

Dinner in a traditional British pub.
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Day 2

Full panoramic visit to The City, including lunch in Covent Garden.
Ride on the London Eye.
Dinner in the "OXO Tower" with views over the Southbank & Thames.
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Day 3

Day out in Windsor, visiting the Castle.
Lunch in the "House on the Bridge", in Windsor.
Back to London and dinner in Picadilly.
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Day 4

Full day visit to Oxford and The Costwolds.
Lunch in Stratford-Upon-Avon.
Dinner on board the "Symphony" cruise, with reception at the London Eye.
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Day 5

Half day visit to the British Museum.
Shopping in Oxford Street.
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Day 6

Breakfast.
Transfer from the hotel to the airport.