Nestled in 10 acres of natural woodland, Laura Ashley The Manor in Elstree is one of Hertfordshire’s most sought-after hotels, offering guests luxurious comfort, award-winning food and delightful welcoming service from friendly staff.
The Manor provides an inspiring environment for businesses to host a variety of formal and informal events, from offsite strategy meetings and training seminars to away days. Hosting up to 80 delegates, each conference room comes fully equipped with AV facilities. Whether you are looking for a daytime venue or to host an event with an overnight stay, an onsite meeting coordinator is on hand to tend to your every need. Private dining is also available as an option for your meeting.
Each of the Laura Ashley styled rooms boasts large windows exuding natural light, providing a beneficial space for successful, productive meetings. Just one mile from the train station and 20 minutes from central London, this peaceful countryside retreat provides an ideal base to explore the capital and the surrounding countryside.
The Laura Ashley brand is synonymous with style, quality and designs that evoke memories of the English countryside. Step inside any of The Manor’s 49 bedrooms and this is delightfully evident. The hotel offers a range of accommodation, each styled with beautiful décor and furniture to ensure a complete Laura Ashley experience.
Each room features plush bedding, a working desk and comfortable seating area, tea and coffee making facilities, secure in-room safe and a Freeview LED television. Complimentary WiFi is available throughout the hotel. Upgraded rooms are available offering facilities such as London skyline views, iPod docking stations and additional living and working space.
Once outside the rooms, the beautiful spaces continue. Guests can enjoy relaxing walks in the extensive garden, drinks in the cosy bar and fine dining in the 2AA Rosette awarded restaurant.
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