A splendid countryside retreat offering charming and sophisticated accommodation, exquisite dining, nurturing spa treatments and a multitude of experiential activities - where guests can indulge, relax and celebrate.Contact Mason Rose
Why Stay Here?
Playfully glamorous Beaverbrook is a quintessentially English estate set in the calm of 470 acres of undulating countryside and woodland, with gorgeous green views over the Surrey Hills. The opulent mansion is the former home of celebrated publisher and backstage politician, 1st Baron Beaverbrook, who hosted and entertained statesmen, writers and film star friends including Churchill, Kipling and Chaplin. Elegantly restored and decorated to reflect the age in which it was built, and surrounded by magnificent Italianate gardens, it is not hard to imagine how this once was one of the greatest party houses in the country.
Its location within easy reach of London, expansive grounds, two restaurants, luxury spa and a wide array of activities for all ages, makes Beaverbrook’s enchanting estate as ideal for weekends away as for residential board meetings.
Expect good old-fashioned hospitality, impeccable design, an eclectic collection of artwork, antiques and memorabilia from a range of rooms and suites that offer evocative sophistication, stylish tranquillity or simple country charm. Sink into grand four poster beds and delight in private balconies and terraces overlooking the stunning estate. The charismatic House comprises a restaurant, bar, library, morning room and cinema and a magnificent Victorian staircase bathed in natural light from an original domed atrium.
Tucked away within a private walled garden is The Garden House restaurant, offering an electric combination of locally sourced ingredients with an Italian flare. The Japanese Grill, run by former head chef at Nobu offers an elegant fining experience, featuring a modern approach to Japanese cuisine. Sir Franks Bar offers wonderful cocktails and The Coach House Deli is the ideal spot for a pool side snack, offering casual dining throughout the day.
There are over 470 acres to enjoy at Beaverbrook. Wander the woodland trails, take lessons at The School of Cookery and masterclasses in mixology, learn survival skills Bear Grylls style, relax in the cinema, play lawn games, badminton, tennis or table tennis, clay pigeon shooting, lake dishing and much more. Premier kids club experts, Sharky & George, manage the on-site kids’ club, running engaging activities from bug hunting to den building – available on weekends and during the school holidays.