The Mere’s George Duncan Suite and its two boardrooms have been refurbished to the highest degree of specification, marking the final stage of the resort’s £15 million redevelopment. The Mere is now able to provide a greater choice of options for customers looking for smaller scale events within a luxurious and highly equipped environment. The George Duncan suite holds up to 200 guests in theatre style and is popular for a host of events, from small weddings, corporate banquets and theatre style meetings. The Suite has its own bar, lounge and connecting syndicate room allowing up to 120 guests to make use of a secluded area. The boardrooms are used regularly for private meetings.The newly designed conferencing suites were designed and refurbished by Mather & Co, based in Wilmslow, also responsible for the rest of the resort’s redevelopment.
Janice Crosby, Events Manager at The Mere, comments: “The George Duncan Suite is hugely popular for a range of corporate hospitality events and we’re delighted with the results of the refurbishment. Our boardrooms are regularly booked up too and we wanted to ensure we were delivering a consistently high quality experience at the resort. It’s exciting too to mark the final stage of our significant development plans.”
The Mere Golf Resort & Spa is an independent luxury resort co-owned by Mark Boler and Gary Corbett. The resort offers an 81 bedroom hotel and two new restaurants including ‘Browns at The Mere’ and the ‘Club Lounge and Bar’ alongside its existing championship golf course, refurbished conference and event facilities for up to 550 people and a state-of the-art health club and spa. Situated in the heart of Cheshire, the resort is close to Manchester, Liverpool and Chester.