Keeping Things Corporate

When you hear the words ‘corporate event’ what do you think?

More often than not it would be big boardrooms, projectors, business talk and maybe even words such as, dare we say it, ‘mundane’ and ‘boring’.

Corporate events are usually put on for managers and their team or their clients to work together on brainstorming sessions, future plans and to get the creative juices flowing, but if your team or clients are going in with that negative association with ‘corporate events’ you’re never going to get anywhere.

At the Feversham Arms, we like to think we do things differently. Whilst we do provide all those things you think of when it comes to corporate events (except being mundane and boring!), we also offer a whole lot more.

Firstly, we’re in the tranquil, picturesque market town of Helmsley meaning there isn’t the hustle and bustle of a big city. Our peaceful setting ensures there are no distractions, allowing you and your team, or clients, to knuckle down and really get to business.

We have three beautiful rooms for you to choose from – depending on your group size*, whether you’d like to eat, if it’s more of a presentation day or a brainstorm sat round the table, we really can cater for everything.

For those that choose the food option (great choice!), you won’t be disappointed. All the food is locally sourced and made in our 2 AA rosette restaurant, The Weathervane. Our vast menu offers a variety of delicacies from our locally reared beef ciabatta to smoked salmon or (our personal favourite), beer battered cod and chips!

And we don’t forget about the simple things, including on-site parking, free WiFi, plenty of natural daylight in all of meeting rooms and our well known 5* service.

So next time you’re planning a corporate event, we’d love for you to come and visit us and see how a tranquil hotel in North Yorkshire really can help inspire and invigorate your corporate meetings.

For more information, please email: stay@fevershamarmshotel.com

*We can accommodate up to 35 delegates

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