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Lane End Conference Centre
Church Road Lane End
High Wycombe
Buckinghamshire

HP14 3HH | View map

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Designed with successful conferences and training in mind, this purpose built Management Training Centre offers meeting facilities that are conducive to learning and development. Set in 26 acres of the rolling Chilterns countryside with easy access from the main motorways, this venue truly benefits from the best of both worlds. The conference venue is set in a peaceful environment with state of the art conference rooms but without having to negotiate a busy metropolis to get there. Lane End is only 30 miles from London with ample free parking and free broadband access throughout the site. Our Residential Conference Centre has 104 en-suite bedrooms, 34 meeting rooms, a selection of 4 lounge and bar areas, 4 dining rooms, a games room with a lounge and bar and plenty of fitness and leisure facilities; a dedicated business meeting venue with state of the art conference facilities.

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