Tired of the high pressure routine?

Guests relaxing in the garden at Legge House

Are you tired of the high pressure routine? Do you require a meeting in a more relaxed atmosphere than the “more of the same” corporate hotel setting?

Feel relaxed, renewed and reinvigorated

In my experience more is achieved and retained in a change of environment where constant stress can be turned into positive energy. A place where the delegates can feel relaxed, renewed and reinvigorated. An environment where frames of mind can switch from “workload burdens” to perceiving them as “fresh interesting challenges”.

Legge House (operated by The Wroughton Youth Adventure Charity) is one such venue where this can be achieved.

Reasons to visit Legge House

Maybe it is the rural setting, just minutes from Junction 16 of the M4 with lovely views on the edge of The Marlborough Downs. Maybe it is the free onsite parking. Maybe it is the warm friendly welcome and attentive, unobtrusive service you receive. Maybe it is the character of our lovely building which was originally the Victorian School for the village, at the top of the hill in the grounds of The Parish Anglican Church. Maybe it is our spacious garden where, in good weather, we have even had top executives kicking around a football in their lunch break!

Maybe it is the tasty “home-cooked” food prepared on site, to your specific requirements, by our in house catering team; no mass produced restaurant/canteen production line.

Maybe it is because your sense of humour can peep out and you can have the large Centre Cuddlies, Legge Hound and Legge Bear, join in your meeting as extra delegates if you feel playful. Adults, as well as the young people they were intended for, find them very stress-busting and defusing of tension.

Maybe it is because you have space to “just be” and enjoy “Quality Time”, the best aide to getting results.

Whatever the reason why, Legge House works.

Why not try it out for your company/organisation? The team and I are here to help.

Please get in touch for more information.

Mark (Manager)