Court Hereforshire is a conference and meeting center set in tranquil
surroundings on the meadows of the River Lugg, between Hereford
and Leominster in western England. On 1000 acres, it is surrounded
by private lawns and gardens - a haven from the outside world.
all the places where I have attended various conferences,
Hampton Court is one of the very finest, in every respect."
Dr. Bruce Metzger, Princeton Theological Seminary
Court was the estate of King Henry IV of England prior to his ascension
to the throne. The estate was then bestowed as a reward for a knight's
bravery at Agincourt, and the manor home took shape in the 1430s.
Hampton Court became famous throughout Europe in the eighteenth
century for its formal gardens.
acquisition in 1994, Hampton Court has been carefully restored to
its former splendor, and its gardens are once again a sight to behold.
makes Hampton Court available for conferences and seminars, receptions
and retreats, for both companies and non-profit organizations. The
facility lends itself to small, exclusive meetings. For larger groups,
the Music Room seats more than a hundred, and several smaller rooms
allow for considerable flexibility in usage.
include twenty-five spacious bedrooms with private and adjoining
bathrooms. Meals are available with menus prepared to meet individual
requirements using fruit and vegetables from our walled gardens
and other locally gown organic produce. Our efficient and amiable
staff will endeavour to make your stay both enjoyable and memorable.
ideal place for a conference that will be most productive."
Dr. Walter Kaiser, Jr., Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary
Court is situated in western England, southwest of Birmingham, approximately
three-and-a-half hours from London. The manor house and grounds
are located on the A417 near its junction with the A49 between Hereford
and Leominster. Parking is available for 150 vehicles.
Kit for Hampton Court Herefordshire - Information concerning
Sola Scriptura's conference facility in England. Available in PDF