The Inn at Woburn has recently been renamed The Woburn Hotel, in keeping with other entities across The Woburn Estate, namely Woburn Abbey and Gardens, Woburn Safari Park and Woburn Golf Club.
The hotel boasts 55 refurbished rooms, including cottages and suites, all with free Wi-Fi and ample space for working or relaxing, providing the perfect base for business travellers.
The refurbishment has been completed with the needs of corporate customers in mind, from improved meeting room facilities to high quality accommodation.
The Woburn Hotel is the ideal location for business meetings, seminars, training events or conferences.
With three function suites it can cater from two to 80 delegates and is fitted with modern AV equipment to suit your needs.
There is also ample free car parking for all delegates.
With Woburn Abbey, Woburn Safari Park and Woburn Golf Club just a stone’s throw away from the hotel, adding special experiences to your agenda is easy and can give your event a distinctive edge.
London, Oxford and Cambridge are only an hour by road and Milton Keynes is just ten minutes away.
This central location, plus excellent rail and airport links, combine to make The Woburn Hotel an appealing alternative to busy town centre hotels.
In addition to the revised name, The Woburn Hotel has launched a new website, which showcases the recently refurbished accommodation and meeting spaces and incorporates a new online booking engine which allows guests to book accommodation directly through the hotel website.
The hotel’s Olivier’s restaurant features an a la carte menu blending contemporary and continental cuisine, created using the finest locally sourced ingredients.
Alternatively, business guests can relax in the informal setting of the Tavistock Bar.
Sue Crowley, general manager of The Woburn Hotel, commented: “The Woburn Hotel offers business clients something that is almost unique in the area, a contemporary and stylish hotel in a very traditional setting with fantastic customer service; combining to give the perfect experience.”