A private room can be useful for all sorts of purposes, from business meetings to celebrations, but we find that whatever the occasion, these events are always a lot more memorable when the food is exceptional. Cue Heston Blumenthal’s The Hind’s Head and its dedication to serving creative reinventions of classic British dishes – both famous and the unjustly forgotten – all cooked with exceptional skill and outstanding culinary imagination.
Set within the picturesque village of Bray, famous on account of its one-time vicar, Simon Aleyn, and his ever-changeable religious beliefs, The Hind’s Head is about as British as it gets. This beautiful pub has been serving residents and visitors since the 1400s when it was first established as a hunting lodge and coaching inn, and is as popular today as it ever was thanks to its comfortable interiors, knowledgeable staff and outstanding food and drink offering.
Small gatherings of up to 20 guests will find The Vicar’s Room affords every comfort for both meetings and private dining. Decorated in rich reds and chandeliers and equipped with a flat screen TV, a whiteboard/flipcharts, and a striking dining table hewn from a single piece of oak, The Vicar’s Room is an impressive private room whatever the occasion.
If you require a semi-private space, The West Room located on the ground floor is a comfy area that’s suitable for seated lunches and dinners of up to 34 guests. The venue also has parking available, disabled access, Wifi, and AV equipment should you need it.
Pre-lunch or dinner drinks can be enjoyed in The Royal Lounge if desired, and there are a number of menus to choose from for your private lunch or dinner. Menus change according to the seasons, but the chefs will do their best to incorporate your requests and adhere to any dietary requirements your party may have.