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Nov 2016

We recently visited Fanhams Hall, a Jacobean Mansion House in 27 acres of countryside in Ware, Hertfordshire.  Fanhams Hall is part of the Exclusive Hotel group and this & their other venue Royal Berkshire Hotel concentrate more on the training and conference element. Designed to be relaxed, spacious and welcoming, the venue specialises in events, meetings, training and development, team building and Christmas parties; fulfilling all corporate functions and accommodation needs.

 

Fanhams Hall

Fanhams Hall offers 12 main meeting roomsand 12 breakout rooms. A good number of the rooms have outside access, ideal for a breath of fresh air and a beautiful view. There is plenty of space within the ground where you can play 5-a-side football, do a treasure hunts or play croquet or garden games.

The grounds also feature  Japanese gardens dating from the early 1900’s comprising of granite lanterns, zig-zag bridges and a Grade II Japanese Tea House.

Fanhams Hall Japanese Tea House

 

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Fanhams have an ethos of ‘injecting fun into events’  and have created an energy zone for delegates to re-energise, re-fuel and take a break. Delegates can help themselves to the tuck shop packed with sweets, popcorn and fruit, choose from coffees or soft drinks, play a game (or two) of table football and catch up on the news or sport on the giant plasma screen.

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Fanhams Hall has an eclectic mix of 77 bedrooms and suites situated in the main house and across in the courtyard.

For something different (& apparently very popular !) give the ‘Karaoke Klub’ a go, a self-contained, sound-proofed club room with a karaoke machine, laser lights, private bar, popcorn machine, pizza oven and slushie machine!

We had a lovely evening at Fanhams Hall and loved seeing what they had to offer. For more information on our free venue finding service why not look at our website or complete our online form

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