Bournemouth dining & social
Bournemouth and the surrounding Jurassic coastline of Dorset offers masses of choice for incentive activities. Unspoilt, protected landscapes and dramatic seascapes provide an exhilarating and beautiful setting for an eclectic mix of extreme challenges, coastal treks, off-road safaris, cosy pub stops and world-class dining experiences.
Victorian banquet at Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
The Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum is an exotic seaside villa and one of Bournemouth’s most treasured assets. It’s an authentically-preserved Victorian building, complete with beautiful objects and works of art.
Following a welcome drink, guests are treated to a private viewing and tour of the house and grounds. They can then enjoy a Victorian, candle-lit banquet in the Russell-Cotes Dining Room, accompanied by a pianist, before being entertained with Victorian-style parlour games.
The Brewhouse & Kitchen
The Brewhouse & Kitchen is a microbrewery with its food menu designed to match its beer.
A 40-seat dining room can be found up a sweeping staircase and features a TV available for presentation use, plus floor to ceiling windows.
A Brewer’s Table for eight guests is situated right next to the microbrewery so your group can watch in awe as the brewer creates beer right before their eyes.
To experience Bournemouth’s fine dining options, which celebrate local seafood.
Why not take groups to Restaurant Roots located in the Southbourne district, just three miles east of Bournemouth town centre.
Or The Crab Bournemouth, positioned between Bournemouth pier and Bournemouth International Centre.
Of the renowned international seafood chef Rick Stein’s Restaurant situated in the neighbouring, exclusive area of Sandbanks.