Hartpury College

Conferencing

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Hartpury College is set within 360 hectares of Gloucestershire countryside containing both woodland and pastureland, within easy reach of Gloucester and Cheltenham and the motorway network, as well as the rural idylls of the Forest of Dean and Wye Valley. 

Hartpury House, a Grade II listed 18th Century manor house set within landscaped gardens with far reaching views, provides a unique setting for our conferencing facilities.  Our suite of conference rooms offer the ideal setting to host meetings, interviews or training courses.  We can also host private dining and parties, all of which can be catered using our in-house services. 

Each room is traditionally furnished and professionally equipped, whatever your requirements, and we provide free wi-fi on site for all attendees. 

We pride ourselves on providing a high quality experience and create bespoke conferencing packages to suit your individual needs and budget.  Additionally, outside of term times, we can also offer a range of accommodation on campus. 

The College campus also has a range of other services and facilities (educational and recreational) which can be used by our conference guests including our refectory Graze and the Red & Black café serving Costa Coffee.  Sporting facilities can also be used, subject to availability.

To make an enquiry please fill and send back the enquiry form. Our dedicated conferencing team will then contact you to discuss your requirements.  In the meantime if you have any specific questions about what we can offer you please email conferencing@hartpury.ac.ukand our time will be happy to help answer them. 

“I am writing to compliment the conference team for a most enjoyable weekend.  I believe all the delegates were so impressed with the efficiency of the team, their welcoming and caring attitude made a good course into one of the best, in a beautiful house and gardens with wonderful ambience.  The food was extremely delicious and I am sure that the delegates, many from Europe, have returned home more than satisfied.”