It would be entirely fitting, nay, recommended, to roll up to the gates of Beaverbrook in a open-top MG, following in the vintage tyre treads of 1930s high society. The bedrooms off the broad landings give a nod to the identity of their previous illustrious occupants: Duke and Duchess of Windsor, Ian Fleming, HG Wells, Charlie Chaplin and its most frequent visitor, Sir Winston Churchill.
A self-assured English country house, reverberating with the glamour of a bygone age, Beaverbrook offers modern guests a place to indulge and relax amid the Surrey Hills. Expect a warm welcome, inspired design and a fascinating collection of artwork, antiques and memorabilia. Rooms and suites evoke a serene sense of comfort, tastefully furnished and neatly arranged with pastel furnishings and patterned fabrics. Repose on grand four poster beds and survey the sweeping 470-acre estate from your private balcony.
Beaverbrook has three restaurants serving Japanese cuisine, local fresh British produce and the iconic afternoon tea, as well as an art deco bar to toast the day gone by. Cooking lessons, wine tastings and cocktail masterclasses can be arranged upon request.
Facilities at Beaverbrook include six restorative treatment rooms, coruscating indoor and outdoor pools, a super-food deli, and a Thermal Spa. Melt away any lingering tensions in the pre- or post-treatment relaxation area. After dinner, enjoy a stroll through leafy woodland and garden walks.