PRIDE OF BUCKS:

We look at the big cer­e­mony to come

Buckinghamshire Advertiser - - FRONT PAGE -

STOKE Park, Bri­tain’s lead­ing 5 AA Red Star ho­tel, spa and coun­try club, is set among 300 acres of park­land, lakes, gar­dens and mon­u­ments cre­ated over the last 1,000 years.

Founded in 1908, Stoke Park pro­vides a unique com­bi­na­tion of the tra­di­tions of an ex­clu­sive mem­bers’ club and the best of to­day’s sport­ing, leisure, en­ter­tain­ing and ho­tel fa­cil­i­ties in one of the most con­ve­nient lo­ca­tions in Bri­tain – 35 min­utes from Lon­don and seven miles from Lon­don Heathrow.

Sit­u­ated in Stoke Po­ges, Stoke Park has 49 lux­u­ri­ous bed­rooms and suites, three restau­rants – in­clud­ing the 3 AA Rosette fine dining restau­rant Humphry’s – bars and lounges, a 27hole cham­pi­onship golf course (de­signed by Harry Colt in 1908), all-weather range and in­door swing stu­dio, state-of-the-art gym­na­sium with fit­ness, spin­ning and hot yoga stu­dios, beauty spa with 11 treat­ment rooms, in­door swim­ming pool, 13 ten­nis courts (six grass, three in­door and four ar­ti­fi­cial clay), crèche, games room, out­door play­ground and 10 pri­vate rooms for en­ter­tain­ing and con­fer­ences.

Award-win­ning Stoke Park has achieved 5 AA Red Stars – the high­est ac­co­lade given to ho­tels in the UK – and also been given the ac­co­lades of Top 50 Best Bri­tish Ho­tels by the In­de­pen­dent, 5 Bub­ble Spa Award from the Good Spa Guide and Best Fam­ily Ho­tel at the Conde Nast Joahnsens Awards for Ex­cel­lence 2014.

It is also the venues for the Boo­dles Ten­nis event, where ten­nis su­per­stars like No­vak Djokovic and Andy Mur­ray have com­peted.

Stoke so­cial me­dia and com­mu­ni­ca­tions manager

Park’s Nick Downie said: “At Stoke Park we are very proud to be host­ing the Pride of Bucks awards again and to be a part of the or­gan­i­sa­tion of such an in­cred­i­ble and spe­cial event, cel­e­brat­ing the un­sung he­roes and com­mu­nity cham­pi­ons who tire­lessly lift the towns and vil­lages we live in, the peo­ple who care for oth­ers with lit­tle help or recog­ni­tion, as well as the chil­dren who have tri­umphed or faced dif­fi­cult sit­u­a­tions.

“We are de­lighted to be spon­sor­ing an award and look for­ward to wel­com­ing you to the awards cer­e­mony at Stoke Park on June 29.”

For more about Stoke Park visit www.stokepark.com or call 01753 717171.

LUX­U­RI­OUS SUR­ROUND­INGS: The sump­tu­ous Stoke Park will once again be the venue for the Pride of Bucks awards cer­e­mony

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