Square Events, in association with Sarova Hotels, are delighted to announce our next showcase event will be held at the The Bull Hotel at Gerrards Cross on Saturday 7th November 2015.
Our showcase evening will give a small number of Ladies Weekend decision makers the opportunity to see the venue, learn a little more about Sarova Hotels and familiarise themselves with the Square Events service. Read More
Creating a truly memorable Ladies Festival starts with a stunning location, and what could be better than a dramatic clifftop, sea views and miles of iconic golden sand stretched out in front of you!
Featuring premium event space accommodating up to 220 guests, 160 luxurious bedrooms, extensive leisure facilities and award winning food, the Bournemouth Marriott Highcliff Hotel is all set to deliver a Ladies Festival to be proud of. Read More
Situated just a stones throw from the Beach, this Victorian townhouse hotel is the perfect Ladies Festival venue in Bournemouth.
Benefiting from a recent refurbishment, the Durley Dean can accommodate up to 160 guests in a dinner and dance layout, with a range of other suites also available for smaller Masonic Lodge events that include a Ballroom with a sprung dance floor. Read More
We’ve had some great feedback about the food, facilities and service at this venue in the last few weeks so we thought we’d take this opportunity to tell you a little more about what this Oxford venue has to offer for your ladies festival.
Located near Thame, just off of the M40 and close to Oxford itself The Oxford Belfry is in a great location with ample parking onsite and access to both Haddenham & Thame and Oxford stations within easy reach. Read More
Here at Square Events we are often asked for our personal thoughts and opinions about the ladies festival venues that we propose.
This month, without doubt it has to be The Stratford, a Q Hotel located in beautiful Stratford-upon-Avon. We’ve always heard good things about the hotel, but recently have had some glowing reports and letters of thanks and we felt we needed to shout about it. Read More