Stamford’s Cosy Club is located in the former delivery office to the town’s main Post Office.
Behind the honey-coloured stone walls of this old delivery office there is a surprisingly large, open-plan, industrial space that is split into separate bar & dining areas & has an overall capacity for 330 guests.
The bar area comprises of a mix of snugs & a roomy standing area, which is dominated by an impressive gin-palace-inspired bar painted in pillar box red (a nod towards the building’s former use) & a hugely impressive feature roof lantern, which floods the main trading area with masses of light. The look is completed with leather club chairs, sink-into sofas, Art Deco coffee tables, velvet pouffes, antler chandeliers, oil paintings & taxidermy.
The open-plan dining area can comfortably seat 120 guests & can be arranged to accommodate very large tables. There’s an eclectic mix of reclaimed tables, old leather dining chairs, reclaimed railway waiting room benches, Victorian lampshades & Eastern European factory lights. The walls are adorned with mirrors, flags, banners & oil paintings.
On the 2nd floor there is a Art-Deco-inspired private room called The Mess (from which there are great views of the town), which is available to hire for private dining, drinks parties, daytime meetings, wedding receptions – you name it we can do it (numbers permitting).