Becher’s Suite

Most certainly the most famous of the Grand National fences, Becher’s Brook was named after Captain Mark Becher who fell at the fence in the first Grand National in 1839 and took refuge in the small brook running along the landing side of the fence.

With views of the winning post, the Becher’s Suite can accommodate up to 150 delegates theatre style or up to 50 for a board meeting.

Room Facilities

  • All conference and audio-visual equipment can be supplied with prior notice for your event.
  • We can offer wireless internet access and induction loops in the majority of conference suites.

Room Details


Area 332㎡
Length 14m
Width 21m
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Easy to get here

  • + Easily accessible from the M57, M58, M62 & M6

  • + Train station on site

Aintree Racecourse