Making guests feel special, a modern kind of formal - not too much, an elevated welcome, but still relaxed around the edges.
The fake bookcase creaks open and there it is – the clandestine staircase leading us up to the dinner party. Timothy Oulton’s mission to revive the ancient art of hosting has taken a new and curious turn.
Built on the concept of handcrafted hospitality, Gough’s on Gough is the first restaurant by Timothy Oulton. A true feast for the senses, it’s a heady mix of style, craftsmanship, hospitality and charm.
An elegant and intimate evening, relaxed and comfortable yet still retaining an air of something special. As ever the discerning host, you serve exotic aperitifs alongside more familiar tastes, break open the champagne and keep the whisky ready for a late night dram on the deck.
10 lessons in the art of cocktail making to help you shake up a storm at your next roaring party or show-stopping dinner. So should it be shaken or stirred?
A perfect table to gather friends and enjoy the pleasures of a beautiful meal, the Junction dining table is a place of meeting.
This luxurious, classic style has a gently flared back and padded seat for comfort so you can chat for hours over dinner with friends.
Crafted for modern entertaining. The Iceberg dining table’s minimal lines encapsulate the elemental power of ice.
Simple mid-century form meets Zen philosophy with the Kimono chair. Its slender silhouette is wrapped in soft, smooth leather that has been neatly folded at the arms for a more structured look, while the back cushion is plumped full of goose feathers for a cosier welcome.
A spectacular floating halo of sparkle and shimmer bouncing the light in every direction for show-stopping glamour. The Herodes pendant is grandiose in both stature and drama.
Think plates piled high with simple tasty fare. A well carved roast, in the centre of a chunky wooden table. Familiar but special, a great Sunday lunch, relaxed surrounds, where everyone is welcome. FAMILY.