De Vere Cotswold Wa­ter Park

Cotswold Life - - EAT COTSWOLD -

De Vere Cotswold Wa­ter Park, part of De Vere’s port­fo­lio of coun­try es­tate ho­tels, is lo­cated close to Lat­ton vil­lage, nes­tled amongst a net­work of 152 beau­ti­ful lakes. The ho­tel has re­cently un­der­gone sig­nif­i­cant re­fur­bish­ment to its lobby, Con­fer­ence Cen­tre, Old Boathouse gas­tro pub and has in­tro­duced a new din­ing con­cept, the Muddy Duck café, mak­ing it an ideal re­treat for leisure guests and also a fan­tas­tic venue for meet­ings and events.

The Con­fer­ence Cen­tre com­prises 21 flex­i­ble event spa­ces that can ac­com­mo­date up to 600 peo­ple. Guests can ben­e­fit from the ho­tel’s su­per­fast Wi-fi, with a band­width of up to 1GB, which reaches up to 100me­tres from the ho­tel.

Guests lis­ten­ing to Karen Avery, Di­rec­tor of Sales, De Vere Group

Tanya Bax­ter, Tom May­field and So­phie Keogh, all from Winkworth

The Old Boathouse gas­tro pub, at De Vere Cotswold Wa­ter Park

Steve Mur­phy from Mon­trose Group and Ed­ward Slark from Cotswold Life

Bob and Heather Ogilvie from Heather Ogilvie Millinery

Richard Evans from Cotswold Life, and Chris Bayliss from The Real Wood Fur­ni­ture Com­pany

Karen Avery, Di­rec­tor of Sales De Vere Group, with Karen Har­vey from Diver­sitea

Cho­co­late treats for guests

Mary Holtham from Cotswold Life and An­thony War­dle from Fresh:art Fair

James Mur­ray and Vanessa Row­land, from Mur­rays

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