Lythe Hill Hotel & Spa - Private Dining

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We offer several spaces for an incredible private dining experience in Surrey!

 

The Quenelle Room

The Quenelle Room is another private dining room in the Tudor house with capacity for upto 30 people for a formal or informal dining experience.

The Terrace

A few steps down from the new part of the restaurant is The Terrace, leading down to the garden. It’s a great place to enjoy cocktails or afternoon tea in the sunshine, or dine alfresco in the warmer months.

To book private dining in either the Dungeon or the Quenelle Room, please contact the Events Office.

Weddings & Other Larger Events

From formal meetings and conferences to weddings and informal celebrations, we have a range of different style rooms to offer – for every occasion.

Our rooms/gazebo areas are fully licensed for civil ceremonies and can hold up to 130 people banquet style.

Perfect for group dining party sizes of:
Couples, Up to 10 Guests, 10 to 20 Guests, 20 to 30 Guests, 30 to 50 Guests, Over 50 Guests

This Private Dining Directory Venue has been tagged in the following categories...
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Private Dining Rooms & Capacities

Minimum Guests Required: 2

Maximum Standing Capacity 30

Food Menus & Party/Group Dining Offers

This Venue serves the following cuisines: British, French, Italian, International, European, Other

Although this venue offers private dining, there are no specific Private-Dining.co.uk packages or deals listed at present.

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What Customers Are Saying

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“When having our quarterly family reunion, particularly with young children, Private-Dining has been the perfect solution.”

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“A very simple way to find catered spaces for our small business meetings.”

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“Saves time and money, and as dinner was prepaid there was no mystery tab left at the end!”