The pages of party leader Paul Golding and deputy leader Jayda Fransen have also been banned.
The pair were arrested in Kent last May for distributing leaflets and posting an online video about individuals involved in a rape trial.
Corbyn made the accusation after a Downing Street summary of the talks failed to mention the controversy which sparked a transatlantic spat.
The social media giant has launched a crackdown on hateful conduct and abusive behaviour.
The Wyboston Lakes resort said the far-right group booked the £2,250 room under a different name for its conference.
Golding also said the group's Facebook posts were receiving more attention in the wake of Trump’s posts, which sparked a Transatlantic row.
The Home Secretary faced an Urgent Question in Parliament over the President's retweeting of a far-right British group.
Jayda Fransen was convicted of religiously aggravated harassment and fined just under £2,000.