Private Parties and Special Occasions
Whether a family celebration or special event, Hartwell House has a variety of private dining options available to you, making the ideal setting for a memorable occasion.
We have two delightful ground floor rooms in the main house suitable for private luncheon and dinner parties. The Octagon Room, in the style of a tented pavilion, will hold up to twenty six people and the Doric Dining Room can take up to thirty six.
The dining-room in The Old Rectory (at Hartwell) may also be used for private dining and holds eight people.
In addition to private dining to facilitate an event or special occasion, Hartwell House also offers in-room dining through our Room Service menu. For those wanting to venture out into the gardens, parkland, or countryside, our restaurant staff would be delighted to prepare a gourmet picnic for the occasion.
For the larger private party we are able to dine up to 60 people in the James Wyatt Room, situated in the Hartwell Court, some 100 yards from the main house.
To take the strain out of organising your function we are able to organise flowers, celebration cakes, entertainment, such as a harpist or string quartet. We have a selection of music CD's available, but guests are more than welcome to bring their own CD's if they wish to do so.
Example menus and individual courses are subject to seasonal change on a daily or weekly basis
For further information on private dining and special occasions, please call the Special Events Team on 01296 746501
Allergens and Special Diets:
Although we offer a selection of organic and bio-dynamic wines, it should be assumed that all wines on this list contain sulphur dioxide
If a guest has a food allergy or intolerance, we request that they consult a member of staff before deciding what to eat and placing an order, on every occasion, whilst in the hotel. Whilst we are committed to informing our guess accurately of any allergenic contents in the dishes served here, and also to complying with specific dietary requests, there remains a risk, albeit small, that traces from other dishes may be present in food served here, or on surfaces