The most intimate of the three function rooms, the Beit Room is perfect for small wedding ceremonies, business meetings, private lunches and dinners, and small receptions.
Named after Alfred Beit, a gold and diamond magnate who co-founded with Cecil Rhodes the De Beers diamond company and offered plentiful donations to university education and research in several countries, the Beit Room offers a triple aspect view of Rhodes House gardens and courtyard.
Entered through a set of two solid-oak doors from the Atlantic Room, the Beit Room features a striking beamed ceiling, warm wood panelling and an imposing carved stone fireplace.
- All rooms are interconnected
- All rooms have three-phase power
- All rooms look out onto the gardens
- There is access to all rooms and the gardens for visitors with disabilities