Sumptuous dinners and grand formal receptions were the order of the day for the Rothschild family and, within the Dining Room, notable political and business figures were entertained in the 19th century. Benjamin Disraeli, who later became prime minister, wrote that a Gunnersbury banquet ‘was not to be surpassed in splendour or recherché event at Windsor or Buckingham Palace’.
Today your guests, too, may enjoy the excellent surrounds that this beautiful room has to offer. Boasting high ornate ceilings and stunning original architectural features, the Dining Room can seat dining for 70, theatre-style for 90 or standing receptions for 100.
The Dining Room is part of the impressive suite of interconnecting Rothschild Rooms or, alternatively, can be hired on its’ own in splendid isolation on Thursdays and selected Fridays.