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Charming, elegant and luxurious. Beaverbrook in Surrey’s gorgeous town of Leatherhead is wonderful place to visit for one or several nights.
Romance and style pulsate throughout the building, which is a quintessential English country house estate that sits in the heart of the Surrey hills.
Dress up or down, the hotel is welcoming of all needs and desires within its walls to ensure guests have the very best stay.
The house itself was the former home of publisher and backstage ‘politician’ Baron Beaverbrook and has played host to many of recent history’s most famous faces. For reference, Baron or Lord Beaverbrook was a newspaper magnate who owed the Daily and Sunday Express. He was known as the kingmaker, powerbroker, mischief maker and was good friends with former prime minister Winston Churchill.
Beaverbrook’s history remains in the house today and is woven throughout, much to the delight of guests and visitors.
Choose to sleep in the main house, Garden House or the Coach House and expect the very best of traditional hospitality, all complimented by the antiques and memorabilia that have been amassed in the house.
Some 18 charming bedrooms are on offer in the main house, each named after a former inhabitant, while the Garden House has 11 rooms and is nestled in the estate’s country garden.
The Coach House is fresher in décor and sits just behind the luxury spa, featuring private access to the facility.
Within the spa, guests will find a large pool as well as many treatments and therapies to choose from, depending on your desire or need.
Food at Beaverbrook is, of course, a special affair with many venues to choose from including the Japanese Grill, the Garden House Restaurant, the Pizzeria at the Deli and the Coach House Deli.
Sir Frank’s Bar, named after Beaverbrook’s creative director Sir Frank Lowe, is the venue to visit for the perfect pre or after dinner drink or cocktail.
Why not live life like an aristocrat and newspaper baron from years gone by for the weekend, it all awaits you at Beaverbrook.