The Beech House Celebrates its Relaunch


Last week, regulars and local business owners joined the team at The Beech House in Beaconsfield to celebrate its reopening, following a major building project over the last few months.

The bar, which originally opened it’s doors in April 2013, has more than doubled in size having been extended into the building next door. The Beech House’s stylish transformation has already impressed early visitors and regular customers.

A new pavement area provides a comfortable Parisian feel for up to 40 guests to relax, drink and dine al fresco under an all-weather canopy.

The original building is still home to the open theatre-style kitchen with its Josper grill and wood-fired oven and now provides restaurant seating for up to 120 guests. The airy, new, spacious bar space features a unique 10m long weathered brass bar and plenty of flexible and comfortable seating. The design has also added “The Skylight Room”, perfect for private gathering, parties and meetings.

Its contemporary, semi-industrial feel with exposed brick, concrete and steel contrasts with timber panelling, pin spot-lighting, bright banquette seating in leather and velvet, giant mirrors and terrazzo floors.

Since day one, the relaxed neighbourhood bar and restaurant has provided a happy and comfortable meeting place in the heart of Beaconsfield’s community, serving a delicious range of freshly prepared, seasonal and sustainably-sourced food and drinks throughout the day.

Hannah Milton