Peter Ingels, General Manager, Beaumont Estate said: “We are thrilled to introduce guests to the new look Tudor Suite. Previously three individual event spaces the Tudor Suite is now one stylish space with a contemporary designed breakout area catering events for up to 140 people. It’s the ideal option for organisers requiring a medium sized event space.”
On arrival guests were shown to the White House lawn for reception drinks and mouth-watering canapés from the chef’s collection. Later guests explored the historical Chapel with stunning stained glass windows and ornate ceiling. Ushered into the Tudor Suite guests tried their hand at mixing, stirring and flaring classic cocktails as well as sipping their own creations courtesy of Kaboura Events; the new preferred teambuilding supplier at Beaumont Estate. Guests hit targets on an indoor laser shooting demo and a wine tasting activity allowed guests to sample different grape varieties before trying to identify them.
Enjoying the summer sun guests mingled in the Tudor Suite courtyard as chefs served a hearty selection of barbeque eats including Cumberland sausages, homemade beef burgers, Cajun spiced chicken, vegetarian croquettes and corn on the cob accompanied by a selection of salads. A selection of individual tarts including pecan, summer fruits and lemon curd were served for dessert. On departure guests helped themselves to a selection of traditional sweets from the “sweetie table.”
The recent refurbishment follows an £8.1 million renovation and restoration of the White House and the Chapel completed four years prior. Beaumont Estate’s numerous event spaces are well equipped to cater for large events of 1,000 (reception style) and 550 (seated) and intimate events for between 10 and 50 people. The Tudor Suite is purposefully redeveloped to accommodate 140 people to cater to the middle market desiring a small- medium sized space to host meetings and corporate events.