Coronavirus Update

Tuesday 20th October 2020

Dear guests of Beales Hotels,

The government changes the rules every few days, and the latest news is that London is in “Tier 2” which means for you that we sadly can’t accommodate tables of more than one household or “social bubble” in our restaurant, bar and function rooms.

In our lovely banqueting rooms, until further notice we will not be able to host stand up receptions or dancing but will be pleased to welcome you for sit down meals on well-spaced out tables of six from one household with no mingling before, during or after the meal. Any reception drinks on arrival, canapés, Champagne toasts etc should be taken at the table while seated.

Please note that conferences, seminars and anything work related is still permissible for up to 30 people with masks. This applies in the restaurant too.

The serving staff will be wearing masks while working on your function, and you and your guests will be requested to wear them until seated at your tables

The Banqueting Room Covid-secure capacities are: John Evelyn Room 24, or 30 with another table of 6 in the conservatory, Coventry Room 6, or 12 with another table in the conservatory, King Charles Room 12, Edward Beale Room 12, Lancaster Room 24.

The government is also asking that face masks be worn in every area of the hotel except at tables in the restaurant and bar.

  • Now open - The Mary Beale Restaurant at West Lodge Park is open for lunch, afternoon tea and dinner every day for tables up to six from one household or multiple tables thereof with last orders at 9pm. Book online here and menus are available to view here. Residents can be served food beyond the 10pm curfew as room service. Business lunches and dinners can be hosted for up to 30.

  • Now open - West Lodge Park is open for bedroom stays with full English breakfast. Book online and bedrooms can be viewed here.

  • Now open - West Lodge Park Terrace Bar is open for light lunches, afternoon tea, and dinner menu until 9pm for tables up to six from one household, or multiple tables thereof. Book online www.westlodgepark.co.uk/dining/terrace-bar/ and www.westlodgepark.co.uk/dining/afternoon-teas/ and menus are available to view here. The bar will close at 10pm for curfew, but we can serve room service drinks in your bedroom all night.

  • Now open - West Lodge Park conference and banqueting rooms are open for weddings up to 15, anniversaries and celebrations up to 15 with no mingling, conferences and training seminars up to 30, funeral receptions up to 15 with no mingling. Menus and details are available to view here: www.westlodgepark.co.uk/functions/ and www.westlodgepark.co.uk/weddings/. Subject to latest government guidance.

  • Now openThe Mary Beale Restaurant at West Lodge Park has opened for full English breakfast up to six per table or multiple tables thereof with no mingling. Book online and menu is available to view here.

  • Now open – West Lodge Park Christmas programme has opened for tables of up to six or multiple tables thereof with no mingling. Book online and details are here.

  • Now open – West Lodge Park Special events programme reopens with Covid secure arboretum tours, concerts and garden open days. Book online here and details are available to view here.

  • Closed – Beales Hotel has sadly been sold due to the effects of the Coronavirus pandemic.

We have secured Covid 19 secure accreditation and would be happy to share our lengthy Coronavirus policy with you, kindly email me on andrewbeale@bealeshotels.co.uk and I would be delighted to send you a copy.

Restaurant Manager John Mills and his team are delighted to welcome you back to the Mary Beale Restaurant and Terrace Bar, and here are his guidelines for your comfort and security.

The Reception team are delighted to welcome you back to the West Lodge Park bedrooms and here are their guidelines for your comfort and security.

With kindest regards,

Andrew Beale
Managing Director, Beales Hotels

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