Dillington House press release
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BANISH THE CREDIT CRUNCH BLUES – HAVE A HEN PARTY
WARD off the January blues in splendid surroundings. You and your business deserve it.
Christmas at Dillington House is always special and the diary gets pretty full with corporate dinners and country house parties for work colleagues. Some even manage to combine a meeting in the morning with a hearty Christmas lunch before heading off home mid-afternoon.
For Dillington, near Ilminster, Somerset, this is just part of the seasonal cycle and no sooner is everyone back from the New Year celebrations than everything changes gear and the diary entertains small teams of colleagues meeting to re-assess business performance and start preparing strategies for the new financial year.
The convivial privacy and charm of Dillington – which is not a hotel – offers the get-away-from-it-all atmosphere without breaking the budget.
The crisp country air and the perfect parkland setting of a former Prime Minister's country retreat contrasts with the roaring log fire in the Hall and the warm-as-toast comfort of the bedrooms which, this January, is supplemented by a stunning new contemporary accommodation building that overlooks Rosie Boycotts’s walled garden and the River Isle floodplain…this is Somerset after all.
After the financial trials and tribulations of 2008 let 2009 be a year of renewal and growth and let the wonderful Dillington House be a part of how you achieve your business aims.
In full flight Dillington, and its high-tech, Wi-Fi, free broadband connection, is one of the West country's premier conference and training venues – Bristol, Exeter, Plymouth and South Wales are all within easy reach, just an hour or so away - but it is equally suitable for working on a much smaller scale.
The food is all homemade from quality ingredients – the kitchen takes 650 eggs from Rosie’s hens each week! – and the facilities and equipment are as you’d expect in a professional working environment. The amazing collection of art is a bonus…as is being able to borrow books from the library.
Take an invigorating walk through the Secret Garden and fresh, new ideas are sure to flow.
Dillington House: 0146052427
For more information or photographs, please call:
Wayne Bennett or Carol Crocker on 0146052427
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