Quality | Heritage | Experience
The Grosvenor Hotel’s Beer Garden is an all-season venue for anything from a quiet drink with friends to an entertaining function and live band.
It’s a versatile space that can be utilised for family reunions, work functions, fundraisers, business network events, group breakfasts, live entertainment, guest speakers, celebrations, special events and parties.
The Beer Garden is a day and night venue catering for up to 150 people that can be specially dressed up to create the exact atmosphere you’re looking for. We’ve provided dance floors, special lighting, decorations, table & chair layouts, big screens and more to make an occasion everything it needs to be!
With all styles of menus available, our Chef and staff are able to cater for a wide range of tastes and needs. We’re able to provide platters from the simple to the exquisite, buffets and a-la-carte. The menu can be created to suit whatever you may be looking for. Our service staff are also happy people who enjoy looking after customers.
With its open fire, patio heaters, café blinds, dedicated bar, big screen tv, casual atmosphere, and adjacent amenities (recently refurbished), the Beer Garden becomes the perfect venue for any event.
Our Customers’ Experience
Victor Harbor & District Business Association
“We’ve held many events including Networking nights, Special Events and even Christmas Functions in the Beer Garden. They’ve always presented everything just how we needed it; the layout works really well and everyone enjoys themselves, the dedicated bar is fantastic, the food has always been exceptional and really well presented, and the staff are consistent – professional, happy and good at what they do. They even stop to have a brief chat with us which is great! We certainly enjoy using the Grosvenor for our functions and events.” Victor Harbor & District Business Association
A Piece of History…
The rear of the Grosvenor Hotel was utilised in its early days as a place to house stables. Travelers retired to the front bar or a room with a view while their horses were tendered to with feed, water and rest. Visitors could always find a space to ‘park the horse out the back’.