Cowshed Meeting Room

There are many venues available for business meetings, conferencing and training days, but none like the Cowshed at Highlands End Holiday Park, one of the best meeting rooms in Dorset!

Formerly a cowshed as part of Highlands End Farm, before being developed into a Holiday Park, the Cowshed boasts fantastic views over the Dorset coast and countryside, from the iconic Colmer’s Hill down to the hidden gem that is Eype Beach. Give that wow factor when meeting clients or provide inspiration during meetings and training days. Whatever the occasion, the new ‘Cowshed’ meeting room is sure to impress.

Facilities

✔ Beautiful modern themed room
✔ Inspiring panoramic views over the coastline
✔ U-shaped seating for up to 18 people
✔ Theatre style seating for up to 30 people
✔ Free Wifi
✔ Food and refreshments available (see below)
✔ Ample, free parking
✔ Level access
✔ 55 inch HDTV with sound bar plus HDMI & VGA cable connections
✔ Private toilet facilities
✔ All prices include VAT

Room only

£60 – 9am to 1pm / 1pm to 5pm
£120 – Full Day (9am to 5pm)
Tea, Coffee and table water provided on arrival and at the start of the afternoon with full day bookings.

One to One Meetings

£20 per hour
Includes tea or coffee
Perfect for conducting interviews and confidential meetings

Menu

Breakfast Buffet
A selection of freshly cooked breakfast pastries, bacon rolls, fresh orange juice and hot drinks
£12 per person

Finger Buffet Lunch
A selection of fresh sandwiches, sausage rolls, quiche, crudites, cakes and cold drinks
£15 per person

Light Lunch
Jacket potatoes with a selection of toppings, a salad selection, a selection of homemade desserts and cold drinks
£18 per person

Additional tea & coffee can be arranged with biscuits or freshly baked pastries
£3.50 per person

To enquire or make a booking, contact bookings@wdlh.co.uk or call 01308 426947

History

The Cowshed, offices and shop building are on the site of the old cowsheds, when Highlands End was an active farm. The sheds were demolished about 20 years ago and the current buildings constructed. Adjacent to the cowshed was a World War II Pillbox which provided a high point for watching the coast when there was a fear of an invasion. This Pillbox was retained when the new building was constructed and is now adjacent to the ‘smoking area’.

The cowshed was used as a shop store for many years until one evening, one of Directors taking show stock from the room, noticed the wonderful sunset from the store window and thought the room deserved a better use – and with new windows the view and the sunset is the key attribute of the room.