Eastwood Hall Hotel
We wanted a really special venue for our conference, and Eastwood Hall fits the bill perfectly. Centred around a Georgian country house set in 26 acres of landscaped grounds containing many species of mature trees, Eastwood Hall is a modern conference complex offering 4-star luxury and immediate access to what will be springtime Nature at its most active.
About Eastwood Hall:
Eastwood Hall, built as a private home in the early 1800s and purchased by the British National Coal Board in 1947 was later to become the Board’s National Offices. Because of the building’s connection with local coal mining, an active gnomic presence can be anticipated over the weekend.
The famous British writer D.H. Lawrence was born in Eastwood, and nearby is the Weleda Physic Garden where the plants for Weleda UK’s medicinal and famous body-care products are grown. Some of the conference workshops will take place in the Weleda garden.
It is also probable that, as in previous years, a herd of photogenic longhorn cattle will be resident in the tree-populated field opposite the hotel’s reception doors.
For residential conference attendees, Eastwood Hall offers 4-star twin or double rooms, three meals daily, luxury Spa facilities, free WiFi throughout, and free on-site parking.
Travelling to Eastwood Hall
Being centrally located in the UK, Eastwood Hall is very accessible by car, train or plane. We’ve compiled some comprehensive travel directions to help make sure your journey to the conference as simple and smooth as possible.
Detailed travelling directions
See below for detailed travel directions via Car, Train and Plane: