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We believe that variety is the spice of life. Our home-cooked meals are wholesome and served in generous portions.



The standard buffet lunches are served in one of the three dining rooms.
We also offer finger and fork buffet options, working lunches and a barbeque lunch option.


Table D'Hôte Dinner

Five starters:
One soup or a chef's favourites, house hors d'oeuvres

Five main options:
Two chef's favourites, a bistro special

Five dessert options:
Two homemade desserts

Special Occasions

The chef will be more than happy to attend a meeting and discuss your catering requirements. The menus we provide are tried and tested menus, but we are more than willing to create bespoke menus to suit individual requirements.


Why not try some of Lane End's favourite tried and tested RECIPES, BELOW, at home?


Great location, clean, modern and lovely staff

Henley Business School

Just perfect


Face-to-Face Meetings Importance Post Covid-19

COVID has taught us to reconsider the way we do business. The same applies to how we build our workforce's skills and capabilities. Every worker had to adapt almost instantly, muddling their way through zoom meetings and with very little experience to get to grips with other technologies.

For the most part, organisations have adapted seamlessly, and the question is: Do we still need face to face meetings, conferences and training post COVID? Read Lane End's view on why this remains important, here

Good work night

We're Good To Go

Visit England accepted our application and granted us the "We Are Good To Go" COVID-19 industry standard and consumer mark for meeting the following criteria. Read More. 

A blast from the past

As first post-lockdown excursions go, it doesn’t sound like the most exciting day out – yet for 89yr old German-born Mrs Barr it wasn’t just a trip to Lane End Conference Centre, it was a trip down memory lane. For she had last set foot on the site in 1953 – having lived and worked at Wycombe Court Girl’s School (as it was then) for 2 years preparing food and washing up in their kitchens, and preparing and clearing tables in the dining room. She worked 7am to 2pm and 5pm to 8pm every day with two half days per week.  As she drove through the village itself she recognised many of the houses and the old hotel, now flats, on the corner of Church Road leading to the venue.


Venues are all upping their game in order to provide an attractive option for anyone looking to book COVID-secure residential meetings, conferences and training. 

Use Lane End's bright, self-contained conference and training facilities fully equipped with Grade A+ WiFi, dining areas, syndicate rooms and en-suite roomsaas a COVID-secure residential venue and make your event one to remember. There's no need to compromise and book a hotel just because you need accommodation.

Importance of aesthetics in a training environment

We use five primary senses - sound, sight, touch, taste and smell - to learn and acquire new knowledge and skills. All of these help us receive and retain information.

We recognize that different types of learning exist and that learners absorb knowledge differently, but how does it work? Read why aesthetics are important in a training environment, here.

freshly made from our kitchen

We are proud to say that every item on each of our menus is made from scratch by our chefs.

Everything from the fresh toast with breakfast, warm rolls we serve with lunch, ice-cream and every dish we serve during lunch and dinner is made on-site.

We now also offer a range of organic jams made here at Lane End Conference Centre. You can choose from strawberry, marmalade, raspberry or apricot every morning with breakfast.