Hawkwood is an ethical centre providing courses, facilitating training and offering venue hire, set in a beautiful location in the Cotswolds.
With seven function rooms and 30 bedrooms sleeping up to 50 people, Hawkwood makes for an excellent, multi-purpose venue suitable for a diverse range of courses, meetings and corporate events.
Located within an enchanting 19th Century Grade II listed building surrounded by 42 acres of beautiful, sustainably managed grounds - Hawkwood offers a serene and characterful rural setting for residential courses, retreats, conferences, seminars and away days, and yet within easy reach of both the M4 and M5 motorways. Delegate packages can be tailored to suit groups from 6 to 100 people.Hawkwood offers a venue for:
Our mission is to create a better world for now and for the future. As an educational charity, we bring together people and organisations in support of creative endeavour, a flourishing society and a sustainable environment.
“You’ve got a place and I’ve got an idea” was the moment in a conversation between our founder and a friend that inspired the creation of Hawkwood 70 years ago.
Alongside our programme of events, we host outstanding training programmes and work in partnership with a broad range of organisations to co-create events.
We are committed to caring for the environment. The Hawkwood estate has been managed sustainably throughout its history and is home to Stroud Community Agriculture who lease 20 acres for organic vegetables and livestock supplying 200 families with a weekly food share.
Hospitality and care for our guests are at the heart of our work, providing delicious, organic home-cooked and comfortable accommodation. You can be guaranteed a warm welcome and a relaxed and informal learning environment. We look forward to seeing you soon.
"Hawkwood has all the ingredients we look for when running events and meetings –their ethical approach, from the fantastic food they serve to the way they manage their land, works perfectly for us. It’s a relaxed environment which is conducive to creative thinking and open dialogue, and the staff are so helpful."Helen Browning, CEO at Soil Association