Conference Venues


Chatsworth

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Conferences and Meetings at Chatsworth

Chatsworth has a long tradition of entertaining, and that warm welcome continues today in the 18th century stables which houses the finest rooms for business meetings and special events.  It is the perfect place to bring your team, whether to encourage free thought, galvanise ideas or celebrate success. Chatsworth is perfect for product launches, awards, exhibitions, meetings and conferences, with fine dining available in the restaurants. You could even enjoy an exclusive guided tour of the house and garden from Chatsworth’s knowledgeable guides.

All-inclusive client days create just the right atmosphere to impress or thank your highly valued customers. Guests are welcomed to the Cavendish restaurant by friendly staff enabling you to focus on spending time with your participants. Let your clients know exactly what is going on in your business by delivering a presentation in the Hartington room, fully equipped with a projector and screen followed by a delicious lunch served in the Burlington Room one of our private dining areas. Finally, why not add a ticket to tour Chatsworth House & Garden to finish the day in style and leave a lasting impression.

Room Capacities

Room Theatre Style Board Room Cabaret / Banquet Natural light Area m2 Other details
Racing Room 30 20 8/16 Y 37  –
Hartington Room 80 30 28/56 Y 65  –
Burlington Room n/a 20 24/56 Y 48  –
Carriage Room 280 n/a 75/150 Y 169  –

Details of the The Painted Hall are available on application

Contact: corporate.hospitality@chatsworth.org

Tel:  01246 565422

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