Corporate Hire 2017 at Blenheim Palace
Blenheim Palace has been playing host to monarchs, the aristocracy and heads of state for more than three centuries. Today the 2,000 acre UNESCO World Heritage Site offers the ultimate bespoke corporate facilities in an inspiring location. Set in the Oxfordshire countryside, within easy reach of London, the Palace is a unique venue perfectly suited for holding conferences, meetings and exhibitions, and for entertaining clients.
Blenheim Palace can also provide a blank canvas to host exciting events, creative product launches and private celebrations. Below are a few options available for corporate hire; but there is no limit to the opportunities that the Palace can offer.
For 2017 Blenheim Palace is able to offer extended corporate and banqueting in the Orangery, on selected dates, as well as meeting room hire, events space and large-scale outdoor marquee venues for a diverse range of product launches, celebrations and delegate use.
Make meetings inspirational within the Blenheim Palace Campaign Rooms. All named after famous Blenheim Battles, the Oudenarde, Ramillies and Malplaquet Rooms can accommodate between 12 and 18 guests boardroom style.
The Campaign Rooms are an interconnected suite of rooms, which can be used individually for conferences, dinners and syndicate rooms or together for exhibitions and product launches.
Choose the Spencer-Churchill room for private functions; completely self-contained the traditional and elegant meeting room has a private entrance and foyer, which can accommodate up to 70 guests theatre-style and 28 boardroom style.
Located on the second floor, it boasts spectacular views over the Park, Capability Brown’s Great Lake and Vanbrugh’s Grand Bridge.
Launch products and host events in the Gallery Room. Originally an equestrian centre, the Gallery Room is located in the Stable Courtyard. With a beamed ceiling this room can accommodate up to 180 guests for and is perfect for larger conferences or events that need stage production.
Experience Fine Dining in the Palace within the Baroque styled Great Hall and Saloon. Working perfectly together these rooms provide a spectacular dinner venue for up to 150 guests.
The magnificent Great Hall is the main entrance to the Palace and stretches up 67 feet to the ceiling painted by James Thornhill.
The Saloon, with its walls and ceilings lavishly painted by Louis Laguerre, is where the family still celebrate Christmas every year.
Banquet in luxury in the Long Library, this is the only private room in any British stately home able to accommodate up to 300 guests for dinner, with pre-dinner drinks served in The Great Hall and Saloon.
Home to 10,000 books and the magnificent Willis organ, the library overlooks the beautiful Water Terrace with its sparkling fountains.
Maintain exclusivity with the extended hire options in The Orangery. Suitable as a private venue with its own terrace overlooking the beautiful Italian Garden, the space can hold up to 200 guests for a sit down meal or 300 guests for a drinks reception.
An elegant room with high ceilings, huge arched windows and a glass panelled roof, it is delightfully light and airy, giving a wonderful sense of space. For 2017 The Orangery is available on selected dates for corporate and banqueting hire.*
For intimate gatherings book The Marlborough Room. Originally the Palace kitchen, this room has a beautiful double vaulted ceiling rising to the full height of the Palace.
With two stunning chandeliers and a huge fireplace, it can accommodate up to 60 guests for a private lunch or dinner.
Boost productivity and elevate success at Blenheim Palace with a huge range of fun and engaging team building activities and exercises, designed to motivate staff and strengthen relationships within your company.
Popular activities include ‘The Marlborough Assignment’, ‘Historifix’, archery, falconry, ‘It’s a Knockout’ and The Blenheim Palace Treasure Hunt.
For those occasions when numbers exceed 300 for seated dining, exclusive product launches and grand celebrations, it is possible to construct marquees on the South Front of the Palace. A limited number of fireworks occasions are available for high-end experiences.