Cliveden House | Great Fosters | The Windsor Guildhall
For over 200 years, the elite has entertained at the 48-bedroom Cliveden House, the former home of Waldorf Astor.
Join the likes of Chaplin, Churchill, Lennon and Lawrence in hosting your own spectacular private dining affair in elegant and opulent private rooms.
The French dining room at the National Trust-owned Cliveden House is exquisite. The Rococo masterpiece features intricate gilded panelling, with tables and chairs brought from Madame de Pompadour’s 18th Century dining room at the Chateau d’Asnières.
Great Fosters is shrouded in royal Tudor history. Originally the Royal Hunting Lodge of Henry VIII, it is most likely where he courted his second wife, Anne Boleyn.
Now owned by Alexander Hotels, the 43-bedroom estate sits in 50-acres of gardens and grounds, complete with listed topiary mazes, a fountain, Saxon moat, Japanese bridge and even a sundial gifted to the estate by Sir Francis Drake himself.
Tony Parkin at The Tudor Room is Great Fosters’ Michelin-starred restaurant. Tony Parkin has also created a Chef’s Table concept in The Wine Room, for groups of between four and six.
An extensive tasting menu is paired with wines and served by chef Parkin, who presents the dishes and answers group questions.
Completed under the auspices of Sir Christopher Wren, and with a Royal patronage which goes back to at least 1689, The Windsor Guildhall provides a magnificent and truly unique banqueting backdrop for up to 80 dinner guests.
The Council Chamber is adorned with royal portraits spanning a period of 500 years, many of which were gifted by the sovereign of the day. Illuminated by two great chandeliers – on loan from The Queen – and adorned with the gilt Royal Crest of Queen Anne I, the Council Chamber provides a touch of the magnificent.
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