Queen Victoria once said of Osborne House, and rightly so. Set in breathtaking grounds with magnificent views across the sea and island, the palatial home is the perfect setting to enjoy our sport.
The former royal residence, set in East Cowes on the Isle of Wight, was built during the height of Queen Victoria’s reign in 1845-1851 as a summer home for the monarch and her husband Prince Albert. The couple spent many summers at the house, before Queen Victoria’s death there in January 1901.
BEDE Events and Osborne Horse Trials are now offering a one-off opportunity for visitors to enjoy the event with corporate hospitality in the prestigious house.
Osborne reflects Queen Victoria and Prince Albert’s passions throughout, and the building is steeped in history. This atmosphere matched with first-class corporate hospitality over the two days of Osborne Horse Trials gives a unique and one-off opportunity to entertain your colleagues and clients.
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A beautifully decorated, traditional English restaurant and terrace provides a relaxed dining area for yourself and your guests.
A top-notch dining experience at Osborne, with breathtaking views across the course and grounds, topped off with visits from the world’s best riders.
The Durbar Room - designed by Lockwood Kipling, father of The Jungle Book author Rudyard - is an amazing private dining experience.