Grade II listed Engineers' House in Clifton Down awarded a prestigious accreditation
A GRADE II listed conference venue in Clifton Down has achieved a prestigious accreditation.
Engineers’ House, in The Promenade, has achieved gold standard accreditation in the VenueVerdict Awards run by BDRC Continental, the hospitality research specialists. The results are based entirely on independent customer feedback taken throughout last year.
Part of EEF Venues, Engineers’ House is now placed in the top 6 per cent of all of the 400 venues assessed under the awards scheme.
The elegant 19th century building is set in picturesque grounds overlooking Westbury Park and has all of the conference facilities of a contemporary venue, with capacity for up to 170 delegates per day.
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It was built in 1831 by leading Bristol architect Charles Dyer.
The most famous owner of the house was Charles Pinney, who was the mayor of Bristol during the Bristol City Riots.
Venue manager Martyn Bowen said: “The gold accreditation was based on clients’ feedback – for which we are incredibly grateful.
“We are absolutely thrilled that Engineers’ House has achieved gold and our aim is to continue to strive for excellence.”
David Vaughton, venues director of EEF Venues, said:”Great credit must go to Martyn and his team for their consistent passion and commitment.
“We have always been very proud to have Engineers’ House in our portfolio and it is truly great to get this endorsement from our clients.”