Homemade and locally sourced produce used at Burrough Court!

 

Using homemade and locally sourced produce, our lunch menus are created to tempt any palate or culinary taste.  At Burrough Court, we know that only the finest quality matters; that is why everything is personally prepared with individual care taken to ensure that we serve the very best in luxury healthy food.

For those on restricted budgets, we can also offer superb value for money lunch options with menus starting from only £10 per head!  These include a generous selection of individual homemade sandwiches, a wonderful fresh fruit plateau, Kettle crisps and home cooked desert.

Served with the very best hospitality service, Tracey knows how important it is to have everything right!  Need help organising your next meeting?  Then call Tracey, she will be delighted to hear from you….

Choose the best – you deserve it!

 

Burrough Court is a unique business complex offering companies an ultimate professional and enterprising environment.

Our business units are located in a woodland setting with easy access for large vehicles and ample car parking facilities.  We provide 24 hour CCTV security and provision for additional storage.

The range of bespoke offices, once the stables and grooms quarters to the original manor house, is the result of a sympathetic renovation project completed in 2000.  The site holds a fascinating royal history having been the initial meeting place for King Edward VIII and Wallis Simpson.  Sadly, the main house was destroyed by fire in the 1940’s.

We also have two beautiful meeting rooms, both of which benefit from free wi-fi and natural light.  Taking advantage of this setting, visiting delegates and tenant companies alike, regularly enjoy holding their meetings here. Not only does this reinforce the quality of their individual brands but also their fine choice of meeting venue.

Our main aim, and achievement to date, is to provide the perfect location for companies to thrive and prosper – this is why you always find Burrough Court a hive of happy industrious people!