The new partnership will see guests given the chance to enjoy the off-road track, which runs through part of the house’s 100 acres of historic parkland, as either a standalone experience or as part of a wider team-building day.
Paul Horton, business development director at M&MR said: "This is a fantastic addition to the facilities at Hedsor House. It is hard to find properties of Hedsor House’s stature that provide the same indoor and outdoor flexibility. For larger groups we can offer either the 4x4 experience as an activity while other groups take part in Napoleonic cannonball firing on the lawns, for example, or we can tailor a dedicated day that sees groups taking part in various challenges including blind-folded Land Rover driving."
Unveiled earlier this year as part of the house’s recent £100k investment programme, the mile-long 4x4 track has also received huge interest from car manufacturers wanting to showcase their vehicles. There are eight event spaces with natural daylight and far-reaching views. The air-conditioned ballroom can seat 140 or 180 theatre-style and has French doors opening onto the gardens, while the galleried Grand Hall can host private dinners for up to 140 people. Cocktail parties for up to 400 can be staged and the grounds provide a stunning setting for marquees.
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