Small Market Meetings

APR 2017

The Newspaper for Smaller Cities, Facilities and Planners.

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G r a n d o v e r G r e e n s b o r o , N o r t h C a r o l i n a 28 Carolinas Meeting Guide facilities and offers more than 12,000 square feet for indoor events, as well as two courtyards. Guests can also stay at the Village Hotel, just steps from the winery. Lioncrest was built in the 1930s as a barn and was transformed in 2006 into an event space with a ball- room and a veranda. Grandover Greensboro, North Carolina On the southwestern outskirts of Greensboro, North Carolina, the Grandover resort is as green as it gets. Its 1,500 acres span forested hills and rolling golf courses. With 45,000 square feet of function space, meeting planners have no shortage of venues. The Grandville Ballroom is the largest, with 13,000 square feet that can be divided into four sections. Groups can reserve the 4,300-square-foot Carlisle Ballroom or the Grandview Ballroom, with 4,386 square feet and doors that open onto a private stone terrace that overlooks the grassy, green event lawn, which is available for barbecues or receptions. At the golf clubhouse, the Griffin Room has timber beams, a stone fireplace and windows that look out on the putting green. Guests can play golf on two 18-hole courses, swim in the indoor-outdoor pool or get a treatment at the spa. Attendees can face off in a game of tennis on four clay courts or go head-to-head during a game of croquet or bocce ball. Courtesy The Biltmore Co. Courtesy Grandover Top: Horse-drawn carriage rides are one of many activities available to groups staying at the Inn on Biltmore Estate. Above: Grandover features two 18-hole golf courses in Greensboro.

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