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Grantham hotel wins gold for the quality of its conference facilities

Belton Woods Hotel
Belton Woods Hotel

Belton Woods Hotel has been awarded VenueVerdict’s Gold Standard accreditation for conferences, as parent company QHotels was named as the ‘No.1 Large Group’ for the sixth consecutive year.

The awards are given based on the scores given by conference customers across the year and the likelihood of them recommending a venue.

Belton Woods Hotel
Belton Woods Hotel

It is the first time Belton Woods Hotel has held the award.

It was recognised for its wide range of conference and event options, offering flexibility with a focus on providing a personalised service.

The hotel has 10 purpose-built meeting rooms for two-270 delegates with 475 acres of grounds for team building activities. In addition, guests can take advantage of the extensive leisure facilities which include a refurbished spa with spa café, lunch/dinner options and 45 holes of golf.

General manager Seamus Coen said: “This is an outstanding result for the hotel and the group. It’s particularly meaningful because the awards come direct from our conference customers.

“At Belton Woods Hotel we strive to deliver consistently excellent levels of service that go beyond client expectations and the fact that we have been awarded the accreditation is a demonstration of that consistency. It’s also an indication of the extent to which our teams live and breathe exemplary service, every single day of the year.

”We never stop listening to our customers, and while we’re always delighted to receive these types of accolade, the teams look forward to making the services we deliver in 2017 better than ever.”


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