Encapsulating the old-world charm of high society England, this recently restored late-Victorian mansion turned five-star hotel is an idyllic hideaway in the heart of the Surrey countryside.



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At the Hotel

Stretching 400 acres of well-manicured grounds and woodlands, the illustrious past of Beaverbrook hotel makes itself known in every corner and crevice. Once the private residence of media mogul (and one-time minister to Winston Churchill) Lord Beaverbrook, the estate used to be a regular jaunt for the likes of Elizabeth Taylor, Ian Fleming and other public figures. As it stands today, it plays host to a growing selection of accommodations, multiple dining destinations, cooking school, library, and Art-Deco cinema. Coach House Spa, due to open in 2018, will comprise six treatment suites, a sauna, indoor and outdoor pools, a steam room, gym, and nail lounge. Perfect for both indoor relaxation and outdoor pursuits, family-friendly activities include tennis, horse-riding, fishing, bike riding and more.

Food & Drink

Sourcing ingredients from the estate’s own garden, Garden Kitchen showcases the best of Italian-inspired cuisine in a welcoming, period-style setting. Dining Room, which has ex-Nobu chef Taiji Maruyama at the helm, uses fresh, seasonal ingredients for its modern Japanese offering. Parrot Bar, a decadent Roaring Twenties-esque drinking den, is the perfect spot for a pre- or post-dinner beverage.


The work of reputable interior designer Susie Atkinson, the growing collection of accommodations at Beaverbrook embody understated opulence. Located within multiple buildings (The Garden House, The House, and The Coach House Cottages), the guestrooms are named and styled after notable past guests. All a little bit quirky in design, the distinct styles are consistent with an expertly blended mix of classic furnishings, geometric wallpapers, and floral textiles. Well-appointed with modern day necessities, all feature eccentric bathrooms, king-size four poster beds, and original features; the larger suites come with open-plan living rooms, and some have private terraces with views over the Surrey Hills.


Just a 30-minute drive away from London Heathrow and London Gatwick, and one hour by car from Central London, Beaverbrook Hotel is well-connected for a weekend getaway or long-term stay. Quaint English villages, pubs, restaurants, and striking countryside vistas are all within easy reach.

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Reigate Road
Surrey KT22 8QX