The south west is a great place for business events

There are a whole host of unique venues throughout the south west that are perfect for holding corporate events, launching new projects, re-invigorating your team or simply celebrating your success. These range from luxurious hotels that boast modern conference facilities, private cathedral rooms, grand country houses and even the first ship in the world that had a steel hull.

Excellent transport links to the region make the area easily accessible to delegates from both the UK and abroad, and when the day’s work is done there is much in the area for these businessmen to enjoy. There is the fascinating history of the area, stunning countryside to explore and the four UNESCO World Heritage Sites of the Jurassic Coast, Stonehenge and Avebury, the city of Bath and the mining landscape of Cornwall and west Devon.

It is also the ideal location for team building with an abundance of outdoor pursuits in the area, that can also be enjoyed for entertainment, and the exemplary locally produced food and wine that the south west is famous for will satisfy even the most discerning of palates and ensure that all guests will be impressed. You can create a unique conference experience in the south west that will be talked about for months after.

There are too many wonderful venues to mention them all here, but one that really stands out is Brunel’s SS Great Britain that is moored in Bristol. Imagine holding a conference on the world’s first propeller driven, ocean going iron ship.

The ship, and the dock right on Brunel’s waterfront, also provide a stunning location that will not only delight the delegates but will have them spreading the word about a venue that is as far removed from the usual, boring conference locations as it is possible to be.