4 Private & Group Dining Rooms near Essex

We found 4 Private & Group Dining Rooms within 0 miles15 miles of Essex

If you’re looking for the perfect location for a private dinner in Essex, take a look at our handy compilation below, using the filters to widen or narrow your search as required. Make any special occasion that much more special by hiring out your own secluded space within a restaurant and benefit from dedicated service and total privacy. Some places even offer bespoke menu creation and the chance to decorate the room for your particular event. Private dining is another great option for corporate events, offering an exclusive space for business meetings, celebratory dinners and the like. The possibilities are endless when it comes to private dining in Essex, with its numerous spaces guaranteed to offer a totally unique experience you and your guests will never forget.

 Private & Group Dining Rooms near Essex
 Private & Group Dining Rooms near Essex
 Private & Group Dining Rooms near Essex
 Private & Group Dining Rooms near Essex
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This large county in the east of England has a great deal to offer, not just due to its location along the London commuter belt, but thanks to its varying landscape, rich history and thriving culinary scene. From bustling areas like Chelmsford and Colchester, to its sprawling lush countryside, Essex is a fantastic option if you're looking to host a private dining event.

The long and tumultuous history of Essex has left it with ancient ruins, historic castles and plenty of fascinating museums. Head south to the romantic remains of 13th-century Hadleigh Castle, which overlooks the Essex marshes, or if you’re interested in Essex’s maritime past visit Harwick where The Mayflower, which famously sailed to America in 1620, was built.

Boasting over 350 miles of coastline, a trip to Essex would not be complete without a seaside outing. The sunshine coast at the north of the county features swathes of golden sand with numerous little bays and inlets to explore. Or, visit Southend to journey along the 190-year-old pier, which is the longest in the world and features a train to take you to the end. Seafood aficionados should head to Mersea Island to partake in the 2000-year-old tradition of cultivating and eating oysters, which are said to be amongst the best in the UK. It's rumoured that the Romans used to joke that Mersea Oysters were the best thing to come out of Britain.

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