Lanarkshire venues that are fit for a Queen
With the countdown to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding underway, we are helping you to deliver an event that is fit for a Queen with our guide to the most regal Lanarkshire venues.
Built in 1732 as a summer house for the Duke of Hamilton, the prestigious Chatelherault is certainly a jewel in the crown.
Beautifully decorated to exude a regal feel, the venue once entertained Dukes and Duchess. Check out the Banquet Room for a truly stately affair, or host a smaller meeting in the stylish converted stables.
Set in a beautiful landscape of manicured gardens and ancient woodland, Chatelherault also boasts some of the most stunning views around.
Celebrate the Queen’s love of horses, and stirrup excitement amongst delegates at Lanarkshire’s answer to Royal Ascot.
Whether you’re hosting a board meeting or a corporate away day, the dedicated events team will make sure your wishes come true.
Strathaven was granted Royal Charter in 1450 making it one of Lanarkshire’s most historic market towns.
Built in 1700 and set in three acres of lush countryside, Strathaven Hotel is reminiscent of the Royal family’s own country homes.
While the venue recently underwent a stylish make over, it still retains many of its original features, ensuring delegates get the best of both worlds.
The hotel boasts five meeting spaces and offers spectacular catering options for up to 160 delegates, whilst also offering free parking.
Housed in two historic buildings, on the former estate of the Dukes of Hamilton, Low Parks Museum has facilities to accommodate boardroom meetings and training sessions in its corporate spaces.
To really wow your delegates, hire the Assembly Room, a theatre-style space complete with a chandelier and musician’s gallery, which can be used for business meetings and private dinners.
If you are interested in any of these venues, use our website to make direct contact with event managers through our online enquiry form.
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