Easton Walled Gardens

Easton Walled Gardens
Conferences & Celebrations | Grantham
The Coach House at Easton Walled Gardens offers a slightly unusual corporate experience. Here the emphasis is on the private light filled rooms that lead out to the courtyard and 12 acres of gardens. Previous clients tell us that they really can leave the office behind here and find inspiration and space to think. All catering and hospitality is managed by our own team to ensure reliability and consistent quality with personal attention to detail. Accommodation for up to 6 people is available above the meeting rooms. Join The Woodland Trust, Lincolnshire County Council and Interflora who all regularly use our meeting spaces.
Easton
Grantham
NG33 5AP
www.visiteaston.co.uk
info@eastonwalledgardens.co.uk
01476 530063

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Easton
Grantham
NG33 5AP
www.visiteaston.co.uk
info@eastonwalledgardens.co.uk
01476 530063

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