Top-to-toe refurbishment at Hogarths Stone Manor sees conference facilities go under the knife

Hogarths Stone Manor

A top-to-toe refurbishment at Hogarths Stone Manor, near Kidderminster, has sparked the upgrade of the four-star hotel’s meeting, conference and events facilities.

The 56-bed, Tudor-style boutique, has now revamped all its meeting and conference suites, to mark the final stage of a multi-million pound makeover at the property, which was acquired by Helena and Andy Hogarth in 2015.

The hotel is now home to a range of smaller meeting rooms, as well as space for a conference with up to 200 delegates, or reception for a maximum of 300 guests. The space can also be used for exclusive-use residential conference.

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The meeting rooms have been spruced up with a new colour palette of greens, aubergine and charcoal to match the new-look bedrooms and public areas.

As part of the new development, executive chef Paul Harris and his team can create bespoke dishes to suit the event and delegates, who have the option of privately dining in their own suite, or in the main AA Rosette dining room.

The hotel’s events co-ordinators can also assist with arranging entertainment and themed evenings such as a Worcestershire pub night with beer tasting, traditional pub grub and a quiz.


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