Swinfen Hall

The magnificent Georgian manor of Swinfen Hall was originally built in 1757 for Samuel Swinfen, his wife and a domestic staff of 55. Set in 100 acres of park land incorporating formal gardens, a private deer park, wild hay meadows and woodland, this gorgeous 4 Red AA star hotel is now a wonderful place to stay, hold a dinner party or host an event. Your guests / clients couldn’t help but be impressed by this enchanting building and the lovely, friendly staff.

With great food, out of this world bedrooms, stunning food, a captivating exterior and the wow factor of the Edwardian Ballroom, Swinfen Hall is an incredible venue that would be perfect for directors away days or when you require somewhere with bags of prestige.

Venue name: Swinfen Hall
Address: Swinfen, Near Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS14 9RE
Website: https://swinfenhallhotel.co.uk/
Tel: 01543 481 494
Email: info@swinfenhallhotel.co.uk
Distance & time from nearest airport: Birmingham Airport is 20 miles away – just 23 minutes away. East Midlands Airport is 32 miles away – just 35 minutes by car.
Distance & time from nearest railway station: Litchfield – which has trains to London in just over an hour
Parking: 80 free spaces
Coach / Bus Pick-up Location at venue:
Wi-fi: Yes
Meeting / Conference Rooms: 2

As soon as you arrive at the hotel, the manor house really takes your breath away with its glorious driveway and beautiful exterior. This impressive feeling continues as you enter the stunning hallway and lobby of this Georgian manor house with its huge pillars and beautiful balcony. Its 17 bedrooms are all completely individual and are absolutely incredible! Feeling regal yet modern, they really are something special and are in keeping with this gorgeous building’s alluring architecture.

The food on offer here is amazing. As Staffordshire’s only 3 Rosette AA, their award winning Four Seasons Restaurant offers only the very best in fine dining. Using the hotel’s 100-acre garden as its larder, a huge range of vegetables, herbs and fruits are grown and used in making the restaurants stunning dishes.

On the meeting room aspect, there is the fabulous Edwardian Ballroom (built in 1902) which can hold 80 cabaret style and 110 for a dinner / wedding. To say it is grand is an understatement. Intricate oak panelling gives the room a stately air that would be perfect for more prestigious events. Just outside here is the Garden Courtyard that would be perfect for outdoor parties or drinks receptions - we loved this!

Another splendid room that would be an incredible backdrop for any boardroom meeting is the Benjamin Wyatt room. Oak-panelling again sets the tone for this notable space that is able to seat 16 as a boardroom or 40 in theatre style.