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Private Dining

Dining at The Fox and Goose is always special. But for an extra memorable meal, why not hire one of our private rooms and savour your own private dining experience?

Our Assembly Room and Parlour Room can both be hired for private dining, with several tables arranged to your specification in the Assembly Room, and one large table for up to ten diners in the Parlour Room.

Whichever venue suits you best, you’ll be able to enjoy our fabulous a la carte menu with full table service, and you can even play your own music to set the mood of your event.

Just get in touch to discuss availability today.

Function rooms

Assembly Room

Overview

The Assembly room is ideal for large parties, both seated and standing. With plenty of natural light and large double doors opening up into the heated outdoor area, this space is perfect all year round.

  • Audio
  • Internet
  • Projector
  • Screen
  • Whiteboard
  • Max Seated - 60

All Features

  • Audio
  • Internet
  • Projector
  • Screen
  • Whiteboard
  • Max Seated - 60
  • Max Standing - 70
  • Min Spend
  • Natural Light
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Business Meetings
  • Celebrations
  • Corporate Events
  • Private Dining
  • Weddings
  • Banquet
  • Classroom
  • Conference
  • Theatre
  • UShape

Floorplans

  • banquet Banquet
    40
  • classroom Classroom
    32
  • conference Conference
    26
  • theatre Theatre
    50
  • u shape U-Shaped
    27

Parlour Room

Overview

The Parlour room is a quaint private room, situated off the main Dining room, ideal for smaller group dinners and parties. The large round table makes this the perfect room for an intimate meal with your nearest and dearest.

  • Audio
  • Internet
  • Projector
  • Screen
  • Max Seated - 10
  • Max Standing - 15

All Features

  • Audio
  • Internet
  • Projector
  • Screen
  • Max Seated - 10
  • Max Standing - 15
  • Min Spend
  • Business Meetings
  • Private Dining
  • Banquet Round

Floorplans

  • banquet rounds Banquet
    10

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