If you’re planning a summer ball or gala dinner our classic country hotel in Cadnam is the ideal venue to give your event a touch of glamour. The grand Baronial Hall is just right for balls or dinners with doors opening out onto the acres of grounds beyond the terrace.
With room for up to 80 guests for a gala dinner with a bespoke menu demonstrating our chef’s culinary excellence and 150 for a ball with a buffet.
We know how important these events are to you and how much organising is involved. That is why we have a dedicated event co-coordinator who will help you plan your event to suit your wishes and budget. Our award-winning chefs enjoy creating tailor-made menus to impress all your guests and our friendly and professional hotel staff will ensure your ball or gala runs smoothly so all you have to do is pick your outfit, grab a glass of champagne and savor the moment.
To speak to our dedicated event co-coordinator call 023 8028 6124 and let her begin planning for you.
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