Temple Island for 40 Guests
Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire
Wednesday 1 to Sunday 5 July 2020
From £430 + VAT Per Person
The name behind the finest hospitality during Henley Regatta.
Situated on the stunning private oasis of Temple Island, the Temple has been beautifully restored providing a sumptuous and exclusive environment in which to entertain your guests.
Aside from a wonderful day of dining and entertainment, you and your guests will also enjoy elevated views of the Start of the famous Henley Royal Regatta Course.
Temple Island can only be booked exclusively and is perfectly suited for 40 guests.
Your Official VIP Hospitality arrangements include...
Reserved parking at Fawley Meadows
Entrance to Fawley Meadows hospitality village
Private boat transfer from Fawley Meadows to Temple Island
Classical musician playing throughout the day
Official souvenir racing programme
Optional Stewards’ Enclosure guest badge upgrade
Dining and Drinks...
Coffee and biscuits on arrival
Lunch to client request complemented by
Cellar Master’s selected wines
Complimentary bar including champagne
Please note that the below prices are based upon 2019’s event and should only be used as a guide. Confirmed prices for 2020 will be announced in the coming weeks. Please contact us for further information.
Cost per person...
Wednesday 1 July...
£445 + VAT
Thursday 2 July...
£500 + VAT
Friday 3 July...
£555 + VAT
Saturday 4 July...
£599 + VAT
Sunday 5 July...
£430 + VAT
Please note that all facilities are subject to availability at the time of booking.
Please contact us to discuss your bespoke quote.
Enhance Your Day...
Stewards’ Enclosure Guest Badge Upgrade
The Stewards’ Enclosure is a members’ only enclosure situated by the Finish Line on the Berkshire Bank and is only available to those who have purchased Hospitality packages. A boat transfer is available from Fawley Meadows to the Stewards’ Enclosure throughout the day.
Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday - Price on application
Friday & Saturday - Price on application
Ladies should dress in a manner as befits a formal occasion. Dresses and skirts should be of modest length, defined as falling just above or longer than the knee. Trousers must be full length. Whilst not mandatory, it is customary for ladies to wear hats. Shorts, jeans and trainers are strictly not permitted.
Gentlemen are required to wear lounge suits or jackets, or blazers with flannels and a collared shirt. Whilst not mandatory, gentlemen are encouraged to wear a tie or cravat. Shorts, jeans and trainers are strictly not permitted.
Ladies are required to wear dresses or skirts with a hemline below the knee. Whilst not mandatory, it is customary for ladies to wear hats. Divided skirts, culottes, shorts, jeans and trainers are strictly not permitted.
Gentlemen are required to wear lounge suits or jackets, or blazers with flannels, a collared shirt and a tie or cravat. Shorts, jeans and trainers are strictly not permitted.