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Welcombe Hotel offers ‘brain food’ for delegates

7th November 2014 Print

The Welcombe Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon, Warwickshire has developed a new range of conference lunches designed around “brain food” to help keep delegates productive for after lunch sessions. The new Executive Chef, Gary Lissemore, has created an inspired lunch menu with fresh fish, salads, superfoods and fruits to ensure delegates feel wide awake and stimulated.

The hotel is also including a range of superfoods in all their meetings rooms such as blueberries, raw broccoli, oats and walnut pieces in addition to boiled sweets and water. The superfoods are not only known to lower cholesterol, reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer but they also help put people in better moods.

Shaun Van Looy, General Manager at The Welcombe Hotel, stated “We are delighted to offer a new range of lunches and superfoods designed to help delegates stay motivated, productive and enthused for the entirety of their meetings”.

Set within 157 acres just outside Stratford-upon-Avon, the 4 star Welcombe Hotel is one of the leading luxury country house hotels in the Heart of England. Dating back to 1866, the Jacobean-style house offers 78 stylish en-suite bedrooms and a 2 star AA rosette rated restaurant. With 11 conference and banqueting suites, an 18 hole championship golf course and luxury Spa, the hotel is an impressive venue for residential, meetings, team building, incentive and private hospitality events. For more information, visit the official website at

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