Conference Venue in North Norfolk
We are justly proud of our elite green tourism business scheme Gold Award and are committed to providing clients with an ethical and responsible experience which is clear to see throughout our award winning 5-star letting cottages, swimming pool and meetings venues including:
- Provision of recycling facilities in all cottages and conference area
- Supply of recycled pens, pencils, paper, conference folders and tent cards
- Unused water is used to water our plants
- Glass bottles are recycled
- Fairtrade tea and coffee is served at breaks
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Our conference facilities
Our purpose built, eco-friendly, conference centre will cater for all your corporate needs whether it be an off-site meeting venue for the day, a training or conference facility for the week or simply a quiet, yet prestigious place to hold that important meeting you should enquire about the Cranmer Conference facility
Set in the tranquil Norfolk countryside surrounded by rolling farmland, yet close to the stunning North Norfolk coast and cultural and retail hub of Norwich, Cranmer is ideally located for both business and leisure. Yet we are just 2.5 hours from London, 2 hours from Birmingham and 1 hour from Cambridge.
Whether it is a conference, product launch, corporate training, team building, exhibition or company social activities the Cranmer Conference Venue team will to ensure you have the ideal venue.
Situated on the ground floor, with communications technology and data projectors, The boardroom configuration will seat 12 comfortably and as a training room can seat up to 30 people, depending on your required layout:
- Open U
- Theatre Style
This project is supported by the Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) for which Defra is the Managing Authority, part funded (or financed) by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development: Europe investing in rural areas.
The Rural Development Programme for England (RDPE) is funded by Defra and the EU.