With 40 private business meeting and function rooms for hire in Doncaster and the majority boasting floor to ceiling sliding doors that open out to a balcony, it would be hard to not find these meeting suites for hire inviting. Doncaster Racecourse is the perfect venue for your meeting, with a wide range of facilities, meeting rooms and a peaceful setting with stunning countryside views.
We're running a great Winter Warmer offer for anyone booking a meeting of conference at the Racecourse during the winter months with a choice of seasonal soup, winter sandwiches & sweet treats and FREE race tickets.
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As a destination for business, Doncaster Racecourse comes with many unique features, here is a summary of what's on offer for your business meeting or event:
Additionally, we host corporate Summer and Christmas Parties and of course, you can add some afternoon racing as part of your agenda. Have a look at our calendar and fixtures list to see a wide range of events all year round.
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Doncaster Racecourse has secured the much sought-after AIM Secure accreditation from the Meetings Industry Association (MIA). This is the UK’s only nationally recognised standard for service providers in the meetings, conferences and events industry so you can be assured of professionalism, dedication and a very warm welcome from the team.
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We have held seminar based events at a number of venues across the UK, including Anfield Stadium, Old Trafford Stadium, Hilton Canary Wharf. As a venue, the racecourse itself is clearly very well managed and maintained, with a number of beautiful suites and a wonderful, idyllic setting. The facilities are top notch, the food was good, and the staff are first rate: from start to finish we had sterling overall service from the events team. This venue ranks in our top three, from my perspective as an organiser”