Venue Rooms

There are three flexible spaces within Osborne along with the magnificent Durbar Lawn with its spectacular views across the garden terraces and Solent.

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The Durbar Room

With its wonderfully intricate Indian-inspired carved white plaster ceilings and walls this room is a prestigious setting for dining amid a glittering collection of treasures given to Queen Victoria. The spectacular banqueting table may make a stunning centrepiece for your event.

Dining: 80

The Duchess of Kent Suite

Used by the future King George V and Queen Mary for their honeymoon, these lovely inter-linked rooms look out on to the terraces and may also be used in conjunction with the Victoria Hall.

Drinks: 70
Dining: 30

The Victoria Hall and Orangery

The Victoria Hall was once Queen Victoria's private chapel featuring beautiful arched windows overlooking the Garden Terraces. With double doors leading outside you can serve drinks to your guests in the pretty flower-filled gardens on balmy summer evenings before sitting down for dinner. The adjacent Orangery features a beautiful marble bar and makes a perfect retreat after dinner.

Drinks: 150
Dining: 100
Dining and Dancing: 100

The Walled Garden

One of the only remaining parts of the 18th-century gardens, these gardens were used by Prince Albert as a nursery for his trees and shrubs alongside flowers for the house. You and your guests can sip cocktails amid the floral fragrances of trained Victorian fruit trees, roses and parma violets.

Drinks: 100

The Durbar Lawn

For entertaining on a grand scale follow Queen Victoria's lead - she loved to host parties in tents on this lawn beside the house. Summer balls, lavish dinners and concerts are staged here regularly.

Drinks: 2,500
Dining: 2,500
Dining and Dancing: 2,500
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