Hinchingbrooke House adds a dash of Lime

Hinchingbrooke House has become the latest addition to the venue caterer Lime Venue Portfolio.

The Cambridgeshire country house venue becomes the 87th member of the portfolio.

Originally a Tudor country house, Hinchingbrooke was built around an early 13th Century nunnery. The venue is open for conferences and small meetings and offers manicured gardens and grand buildings all popular with the wedding market.

“We’re seeing more and more enquiries coming through our RFP response team, through our new website, and through our agency partnerships. We’re keen to make sure we can service them all,” says Jo Austin, director of sales at Lime Venue Portfolio. “Hinchingbrooke House is a stunning venue which has the character and personality our customers want from their unique venues and means we can keep more customers within the portfolio.”

Hinchingbrooke House GM Craig Bradley adds: “Joining Lime Venue Portfolio will give us the reach with the industry, as well as sales and marketing support. We’re looking forward to working with them to refine and improve the service we offer to event organisers as we continue to grow our events business.”

Lime Venue Portfolio claims to be the UK & Ireland’s largest portfolio of unique, sporting and cultural meetings and events venues and is a business of Levy Restaurants UK.

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