Unique Development Venues
Impact International own three individual country house hotels in the heart of the English Lake District. Our unique venues are far removed from the traditional corporate training world and the distractions of work and offer the perfect environment for participants to learn and develop, re-energise and re-focus.
Many years of experience has shown us how much more impact an intervention has when delivered in the right environment. We will always advocate that the learning environment is given as much attention as the development programme itself.
The hotels are equipped with all the functional and technical facilities that you would expect to find in any modern training venue. Rather than corporate break-out rooms, we can offer landscaped gardens, private terraces, informal lounges and scenic backdrops for quiet reflection or more intimate dialogue.
Programmes that run at our own venues also have the added benefit of direct access to Impact’s extensive internal resources should there be any ‘in the moment’ changes to the learning agenda/programme design.
The surrounding landscape is in itself a key element of our development offering, providing a distinctive environment in which to create challenging, powerful and memorable learning experiences.
The high quality of accommodation and exceptional customer service offered by our experienced hotel staff ensures that participants also have a comfortable and enjoyable stay during their programme.
Our venues are easily accessible by public transport and road networks. Average rail journey time from London to Oxenholme - the Lake District is now just over 2.5 hours. We are just 35 minutes from Junction 36 on the M6 and 90 minutes drive from Manchester Airport.
For more information please visit the Lake District Country House Hotel website.
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