The Mumbles Pier filled with all its unique quirks and differences allows for a party like no other. Whether it be a Private Function in our Pavilion Cafe, Private Dining in our Copperfish Restaurant or even a Private Party in our Arcade we can cater for you.
With our dedicated team of party planners, we aim to make the booking and the execution of your event as seamless and as hassle free as possible.
With both our Copperfish Restaurant, Amusements Arcade and Pavillion Cafe available for hire there is something at Mumbles Pier to suit all our customers needs.
Our Pavilion Cafe is a memorable and unique venue available to hire throughout the year. We can cater for up to 100 seating and approximately 250 standing. With our panoramic sea views and our seaside interior complimented by our Victorian chandeliers; creating a grand and unique space for your celebration. Whether it be a birthday, anniversary, function or wedding, all at a very competitive price.
Copperfish Restaurant newly opened in 2017 has a contemporary and intimate feel hosting parties of up to 60, if your looking for a smaller celebration or perhaps an earlier arrival dinner before heading over to the Pavilion Cafe then this may be for you.
Whatever your budget may be our party planners can tailor your package around you for more information please call 01792 365206 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I just wanted to say a big thank you to all the staff of Copperfish for our AGM evening on Friday 26th January. Everything was done perfectly, not a single fault of any kind. And the food was brilliant – I believe everyone thought so, and there are some very fine diners in our group! So you have scored a bull’s eye!’
‘We will definitely be recommending Copperfish.’
‘I thought that you and the staff on shift that evening were OUTSTANDING, all worked hard prior to the event, all through the evening and then after with the clearing up and packing away. You are all a credit to the venue of Mumbles Pier and I will have no hesitation in recommending you and the venue to everyone I know.’