Private dining rooms in the South-East of England
In addition to the global destination of London, the region also comprises some of the richest, most glorious counties in the UK – from Dorset, Hampshire, Sussex and Kent to Surrey and Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire to the north and even the Isle of Wight. The Capital offers an internationally renowned mix of tourist attractions, from Buckingham Palace to shopping in Oxford Street, museums, The London Eye, Madam Tussauds, The Shard and much more.
The wider counties are just as packed with tourist attractions and fabulous towns which boast an incredible range of restaurants and dining options from Michelin starred destinations such as Bray, to gastro pubs by the River Thames in Henley. There are also the stunning woodland options in The New Forest, the beachy-delights of the south coast from Brighton and Bournemouth to Poole and Lymington as well as the lower Cotswolds, with its picturesque chocolate box villages and the iconic university town of Oxford – all of which offer a wide variety of destination eateries, many of which have private rooms.
The three private dining rooms at The Roseate Grade II listed boutique hotel in the centre of Reading – close to Forbury Gardens and the main railway station – can accommodate 12 – 52 seated guests or 30 – 60 for standing drinks receptions.»
Radisson Blu Edwardian Heathrow Hotel has private dining rooms and banqueting suites able to accommodate large private dining events of 100 – 550 seated guests. Smaller private rooms at the hotel seat 10 – 16 guests.»
The Chef’s Library private dining room at The Coal Shed – located in the heart of Brighton – seats up to 15 guests. Restaurant exclusive hire also available for larger groups of up to 40 seated (60 standing) guests.»
The Back Dining Area at POLPO Brighton accommodates up to 55 seated guests for private dining events or up to 100 guests for standing drinks receptions. Restaurant exclusive hire is also available for up to 65 seated (120 standing) guests.»