The Beaumont Suite Live made its debut at the England v Ireland Guinness Six Nations game on Sunday, here’s everything that went on.

Hospitality Finder took The Beaumont Suite Live to the Guinness Six Nations with host Jonny Gould and celebrity guests to watch England take on Ireland in the ninth match of the championship at Twickenham Stadium. With the podcast-like atmosphere, great food and an array of stories from the rugby panel, guests had a full day of corporate hospitality and fun that did not disappoint. Get your hands on places inside The Beaumont Suite Live for the next game, England v Australia Quilter Internationals later this year.


The Beaumont Suite Live made its debut at the Guinness Six Nations England v Ireland game. This facility differs from any other hospitality package as it is in the format of a podcast, with a more relaxed atmosphere and free-flowing conversation from our panel of post and present players of our beloved game.

Guests were presented with a Champagne reception as they were welcomed into The Beaumont Suite before taking their seats for a full day of fun and light-hearted banter/stories from out panel of stars. Guests got an insight of what it was really like to be a part of the rugby world after hearing stories from former rugby union players David Flatman and Tom Shanklin, as well as the English international rugby union referee Wayne Barnes.

Whilst the sporting stars took to the stage to answer questions and chat about all things rugby, our VIP guests tucked into their 3-meal course, before filtering out of the facility towards their seats for the match everyone was excited for.


Tikka Marinated Chicken Breast, pickled onion, spiced lentil powder, curried mayonnaise, cucumber and mango
Smoked Celeriac Panna Cotta, mustard gel, black truffle, chive compressed apple (v)

Slow Roasted Sirloin of Yorkshire Beef, dripping confit potato, celeriac puree, kale, Guinness braised carrot
Parsley Risotto, slow braised Arborio, parsley puree, garlic, roasted broccoli, puffed rice and vegan feta (v)

Caramelia Chocolate Mousse, white chocolate ganache, chocolate pearls and caramel

Corzier Blue, Cornish Gouda and Luna Goat’s Cheese, sough dough crispbread, sweet grapes, cider chutney and fresh figs


England stormed through the first half of the game, securing two tries, two conversions and a penalty over Ireland making them finish the first half of the game on a promising 17-0, a lead that Ireland would have to fight to beat. Despite their maximum effort to over-take England, Ireland fell short by 12 points, with a final score of 24-12 to the Lions.


Guests returned from the stadium to their tables for afternoon tea and post-match analysis from the panel, joined by Irish rugby player Tadhg Furlong straight from the pitch, giving our guests an inside scoop of the game from a player’s point of view. The panel got quizzed by The Beaumont Suite guests about the match to their personal lives, with everything inbetween.


Whether you are looking for a great inside-look into one of the nations most cherished games or just a great day out with friends and family, Hospitality Finder will make sure you have a day out that you will not forget in a hurry.

The Beaumont Suite Live will be back at Twickenham Stadium in March for the 11th Guinness Six Nations game, England v Wales, as well as this autumn for the Quilter Internationals as they battle it out against Argentina, Australia and New Zealand.