Why you should host your Dinner at Sandy Park!
By Harriet Vause
Sandy Park has hosted numerous Gala events over the years, and welcomed some of the largest businesses in the region, including the Devon Chamber, Michelmores and the Lord Taverners. Our in-house team has years of experience to ensure that your event is one to remember.
Here are five reasons to why Sandy Park is the perfect venue for you to host your gala dinner.
1.The ideal location
Sandy Park is conveniently located just off Junction 30 of the M5, meaning travel from around Devon and beyond couldn't be simpler. With over 500 spaces in the carpark, we are only 10 minutes away from Exeter Airport and served by both Digby and Sowton and Newcourt railway stations within easy reach of Exeter City Centre.
2. Flexible Space at it's
The Exeter suite is our largest event space with 674m2 and can sit up to 600 guests comfortably. Sandy Park offers a variety of unique and flexible spaces capable of hosting everything from a small drinks reception to a large Black-Tie Event.
3.Talented in-house catering team
Our passionate and talented catering team specialises in providing top quality cuisine and sourcing the best in local Westcountry produce. For a gala dinner, Canapes to start are a must to make your drinks reception stand out for your guests, whilst our catering team have crafted three course menus with plenty of options to choose, from Confit Duck Leg and Beef Feather blade to a decadent Dark Chocolate Delice.
4.Accommodation on the doorstep
The Sandy Park hotel is right next door to the venue offering 250 room. No need to worry about booking hotels elsewhere or trying to arrange a taxi to pick up your guests. Guests are just a short walk to 4* comfort.
5.Experienced Events team
With years of experience, our brilliant events team will be with you right through the process. The team can help you to transform our space to make it fit for any event, with local suppliers on hand to provide anything you may need; the organising process will be as seamless as possible.