The Great Fosters Estate is a fantastic venue for meetings, conferences, team building and more. Its enviable location, less than 15 minutes from London Heathrow or 30 minutes from London Waterloo and near to the M25, M4 and M3 and its flexible contemporary meeting spaces ensure that the estate is the perfect choice for any event.
Great Fosters is a Grade I listed building shrouded in Tudor history. Originally the Royal Hunting Lodge of Henry VIII, it is most likely where he courted Anne Boleyn and of course you cannot overlook the personal crest of Queen Elizabeth I above the front of the property too.
Today, Great Fosters is a magnificent boutique hotel set in 50 acres of glorious gardens, which include a Saxon moat, lake and grassed amphitheatre. Self-contained, The Coach House offers unbeatable privacy. The ground floor has three bespoke meeting rooms and conference lounge, which open on to a walled garden where lunch can be served al fresco during the summer. If you are looking for an unusual setting for your next meeting the beautiful 14th century Tithe Barn provides a dramatic setting for any event.
With a high vaulted ceiling and exposed beams delegates will definitely be wowed by the unique surroundings. Lunch can be taken in the Painted Hall or Orangery.
|Tithe Barn Banqueting|
|Tithe Barn Boardroom|
|Tithe Barn Cabaret|
|Tithe Barn Theatre|
|Tithe Barn U-Shaped|
|Tudor Room Banqueting|
Travelling south (anti-clockwise) on the M25: Exit the M25 at junction 13. Go straight over the roundabout, as if re-joining the M25. Keep in the left hand lane, signposted A30 Egham. Travelling north (clockwise) on the M25: Exit the M25 at junction 13. Turn right at the roundabout, as if re-joining the M25 to go south. Keep in the left hand lane, signposted A30 Egham and continue towards Egham town centre. At the end of the slip road under the motorway bridge, turn first left at the large roundabout into The Avenue. Turn left at the mini roundabout (police station on the left) into Vicarage Road. Continue over the railway lines to the roundabout at the end. Turn right at the roundabout into New Wickham Lane and continue over the M25 motorway. Turn left at the next roundabout into Stroude Road and Great Fosters is approx 500 yards on the left handside. Directions from the A30: From Bagshot to Staines on the A30, turn right at the traffic lights by the Wheatsheaf Pub and Laithwaites into Christchurch Road. Continue over the roundabout and past 2 parades of shops on the right. Turn left at the traffic lights into Stroude Road. Great Fosters is approximately three quarters of a mile on the right hand side.
The hotel is a 15 minutes walk from Egham train station, although we advise you take a taxi. Please call Reception in advance and we will be happy to arrange this for you. Egham train station is a 40 minute direct train journey from London Waterloo. From London Heathrow From Terminals 1, 2 and 3 follow the signs onto the M4 at Junction 4b and travel west. Join the M25 at Junction 15 and travel around the M25 anti-clockwise to junction 13. From T4 follow the signs from the M25 (Gatwick). Join the M25 and follow the M25 south (anti clockwise and exit at Junction 13. From T5 join the M25 at Junction 14 and follow the M25 south (anti clockwise and exit at Junction 13. Alternatively please call Reception in advance and we will be happy to arrange a taxi to meet you in the terminal.
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|open (1 Jan 2021 - 31 Dec 2021)|
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