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Beautiful Rooms - Twickenham Cellar

Thursday, October 8, 2020 - 08:45

Hidden within Twickenham’s West Stand, lies the stadiums best kept secret, the Twickenham Cellar. This impressive suite boasts the finest in Twickenham Stadium's historical past.

The Cellar came into existence in the 1990’s when the stadium was being rebuilt, masterminded by Tony Hallett Secretary of the Rugby Football Union, equivalent of CEO. With several visiting nations being major wine growing countries, such as France, New Zealand, Australia and South Africa, fine wine given as gifts was accumulating and, of course, needed a proper cellar as a place to store. Its décor features vintage wines, ports and regal style furnishings. There are shields of the Six Nations, cloistered brick walls, medieval style wall torches and chandeliers over a huge refectory table.

The room that was marked ‘project X’ on the construction plans is now one of Twickenham’s most exclusive dining facilities, seating up to 14 people for an unforgettable dining experience. The menu, created by Executive Head Chef Thomas Rhodes offers a luxury seven course taster menu, which he designs around the hosts taste and requirements, accompanied by a champagne reception and a selection of fine wines throughout.

Packages start from £169 +VAT per person and further information can be found here https://www.twickenhamstadium.com/twickenham-cellar