The Formal Fetish Diner Party is something special. We take over a lovely boutique hotel in a pretty spot in rural Berkshire. No other guests are in the building, so we have total privacy. The party is listed to twenty couples, so it’s not a big crowd – but just right to socialise with a few nice, like-minded couples.
Everyone is dressed in their finest fetish outfit. You can wear rubber, leather, uniforms, or bring your partner on a leash – whatever you like. But no boring boring business suits or cocktail dresses please. This is a dress-up fetish party!
We gather in the bar an hour or so before dinner, for a drink and a chat. Quite a few couples have been to the dinner before and have become friends, but newcomers are very welcome. It’s good to meet new people! This is a place to meet new couples into fetish in a civilised setting. (No loud music!)
After drinks, dinner is served at two long tables, making it easy to continue chatting with new friends. Couples are seated together.
Now, er, what else goes on, you ask…
Well, yes. Next to the dining room, we install a well equipped dungeon, which you are encouraged to use at any time during the evening. Maybe if your sub doesn’t eat up all their pudding… However, there is no pressure to use the dungeon. If you just want to enjoy the dinner and good company, that’s perfectly fine.
We serve a three course dinner, including a bottle of decent house wine per two people, at £53 each, including service. This is essentially a couples’ party, but we do keep a few single tickets for people that we know. You can book a room at the hotel and stay overnight if you like, or we have a list of nearby hotels at all prices. The dinner party is not a late event. There are five hours of partying and the bar closes at midnight, so it’s no problem for many of us to drive home and be up in time for work next day.
The Formal Fetish Diner Party is more or less unique, I think. The surroundings are super and we are a friendly and civilised crowd.
Couples who would like to be put onto the invitation list for the dinner party – or who have questions – please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org