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Deneholme Country House website
This is our base, our head office and main site of operations – we can host conferences, private parties, residential or day events as well as running a host of activities from this beautiful location in Allendale. There are 11 rooms sleeping up to 40 guests, but day events can be hosted for up to 250 guests.
Sweethope Loughs website
Sweethope is a day event venue for outdoor activities and team building days. The beautiful loughs lend themselves for canoeing and raft building challenges, the Great Wanney Crags next door are perfect for abseiling, climbing and weaseling. We can also add problem solving challenges & mountain biking, archery & orienteering. The indoor facilities are not huge, but there is a newly refurbished building with showers, toilets, changing facilities and a small shop. We love hosting BBQ lunches at Sweethope and refreshments are always available.
The Marriott Hotel
This venue in Gosforth is one of our prime Newcastle city venues – it is convenient, normally available and has good grounds for team building events and onsite activities with the Race Course next door to extend activities if required. The conference facilities and catering are good.
There are a number of different venues across the North of England that we work with. If you already have a venue sorted, please let us know and we will contact the venue to discuss which activities we can run on site.
Venues we have worked with include Beamish Hall, Longhirst Hall (now in liquidation), Derwent Manor (currently being renovated), Otterburn Castle, Minster Acres, Matfen Hall, The Rising Sun Country Park in Newcastle among others.
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