Seasoned becomes exclusive caterer at Gunnersbury Park House

Leading London event caterer, Seasoned, has become an accredited supplier at Gunnersbury Park House, Orangery and Temple in the heart of West London.

After a £21m restoration project Gunnersbury Park has opened its doors to multiple venue spaces this summer. This 19th century former home to the Rothschild family, is now a museum set within 175 acres of stunning gardens and parkland.

The exclusive Grade II* listed Regency Gunnersbury Park House, showcases the grand Rothschild rooms, conservatory, drawing room, gallery and dining room. The Orangery and Temple are also beautiful spaces to host smaller or more intimate events.

Seasoned will be providing catering and venue management for all types of events from lavish weddings to corporate dinners and private receptions, with the first wedding since the restoration already scheduled in for this year. This is a great new addition to Seasoned’s wide range of prestigious listed venues across London including the V&A Museum, Tower Bridge and the Science Museum.

Jane Coughlan, Head of Hospitality & Events at Gunnersbury Park House, said, “It’s an absolute pleasure to be working with Seasoned. Running events on an historic site is always an exciting challenge – it’s about finding that balance of delivering the impeccably high standards of service that clients quite rightly demand versus the demands of working around the curatorial concerns.

'Seasoned have a wealth of experience in delivering high quality events across some of the most iconic historic venues in London and we very much look forward to working with them at Gunnersbury Park.”

Colin Sayers, Managing Partner at Seasoned, commented, “We are thrilled to have become an exclusive supplier at such an important historical venue as Gunnersbury Park House.

'With all the investment that’s gone into restoration, we feel this an important partnership and will provide the standards of catering that achieve the objectives of the venue to continue to enhance their offering.”