FAUCHERE MEETING CENTER Now Available for Booking in Historic Milford PA

FAUCHERE MEETING CENTER Now Available for Booking in Historic Milford PA

Hotel Fauchere is proud to announce the opening of the Fauchere Meeting Center, a purpose-built corporate meeting facility on the second floor of an iconic Queen Anne-style building adjacent to the Hotel Fauchere. Located in the heart of historic Milford, Pennsylvania, it is only 75 miles from Manhattan.

The Fauchere Meeting Center features advanced technology and includes a large board room (seating 18 at the board table), two breakout rooms, work and retreat areas and full food service.

The Fauchere Meeting Center is an ideal off-site venue, whether for a one-day or multi-day meeting, with exceptional cuisine and casually elegant overnight accommodations in the Hotel Fauchere.

A full array of team-building opportunities are available, including at the Dwarfskill Preserve, the Hotel Fauchere's private 575-acre forested retreat with a mile of Class A trout stream.

The Hotel Fauchere Meeting Center is an ideal location for companies and organizations in the greater Northeastern Pennsylvania area, Philadelphia, New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. Milford is convenient to major interstate thruways and mass transit lines. For more information and to book the facility for your next company event, contact Hillary Needleman at meetings@HotelFauchere.com or call 570-409-1212.

About Hotel Fauchere

Hotel Fauchere is a member of Relais & Châteaux, an association of more than 540 landmark hotels and restaurants worldwide that are operated by independent innkeepers, chefs, and owners who share a passion for their businesses and a desire for authenticity in their relationships with their clientele. Hotel Fauchère is located 75 miles from New York City in the center of Milford, Pennsylvania's National Historic District, on the upper Delaware River between the Catskills and the Pocono Mountains. Originally opened in 1852 by Delmonico's Master Chef Louis Fauchère, the Fauchère family ran the hotel for 124 years until it closed in 1976. The hotel reopened after a five-year historic restoration in 2006, with 16 guest rooms, two restaurants, a Patisserie/Cafe and day spa. The hotel features a permanent exhibition of Hudson River School paintings, a vintage menu collection and contemporary photography by Christopher Makos and the Hilton Brothers. Milford is the north gate to the 70,000-acre Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and the home of Grey Towers National Historic Site. For more information, visit: http://www.hotelfauchere.com/welcome/welcome.php.

Photo Credit: Courtesy of Hotel Fauchere Meeting Center

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