The brainchild of Simon Davis, The Rosebery is a converted 1966 Routemaster bus whose final journey was up Rosebery Avenue in Islington, London.
Lovingly restored with extraordinary attention to detail, the refurbishment of the Rosebery was carried out by some of the country's most distinguished craftsmen, using the finest oak and the most exquisite leather and shagreen.
The refurbishment included the installation of a roof that can be raised electronically, an awning that can be extended from the side of the bus in fine weather to provide shade for an outside seating area, a chic cocktail bar on the lower deck and a comfortable dining room on the top deck that can seat twenty two guests. The bus has full heating or cooling as required, a games cupboard, a fully integrated sound system and flat screen TV's which can be used for a better view during sporting events.
In keeping with the decor, dining on the Rosebery is of a very high quality with exquisite food and drink being served in collaboration with some of the country's finest chefs.
For larger events, the Rosebery can be used as a reception area and cocktail bar for forty guests at any one time with a dining area, dance floor and chill out area housed alongside within one of our tents.
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You can visit the Rosebery website here