The Garden House and Garden House Cottage are the epitome of English country charm. An eclectic combination of locally sourced ingredients create Anglo Italian inspired dishes, where menu’s move with the Kitchen Garden’s season.
The House, charmingly reflects the guests and characters who floated amongst the rooms throughout the 1900s. The Dining Room, our Japanese Grill restaurant, offers a casually elegant dining experience, featuring a modern approach to Japanese cuisine.
The Coach House Health Club and Spa inspired by the English countryside, offers a relaxing, warm and tranquil environment. With six treatment rooms, indoor & outdoor pool, a sauna and steam room it’s a place to unwind and be pampered.
The Club House is our Members & Golfers’ bolthole. A timber framed barn with a relaxed & informal atmosphere and a stunning outlook, the Club House feels more like a home away from home than a typical Club House. An informal space to relax over great wines & simple but exceptional food as golfers come off the Course.
Beaverbrook … a World Class Country Estate in Leatherhead, Surrey. Beaverbrook harnesses the energy and charm of its heritage and blends it with beautifully designed spaces and places in which to dine, unwind, rejuvenate and pamper.
The Welcome Hut and Gardens team are Beaverbrooks first impression to the 400 acre estate. As soon as you arrive at the gates you will be welcomed by our team and directed to your location. The Gardening team are responsible for maintaining our gardens throughout the seasons and ensures the estate retains its natural beauty.
In a welcome boost for Britain’s hospitality sector, Beaverbrook, bringing the splendour of the award-winning Surrey country house hotel to the heart of Chelsea. The Beaverbrook Town House will launch on the internationally famous Sloane Street in Summer 2021 in partnership with Cadogan, following an extensive £25m restoration of two Georgian townhouses opposite the Grade II listed Cadogan Gardens. The new 15,000 sq. ft. boutique hotel will feature 14 luxury suites all styled and named after celebrated and much-loved London theatres.
The new town house will also include 14 bedrooms, a meeting room, 60-cover contemporary Japanese restaurant and a bar. The restaurant’s interior has been inspired by 19th century artist Hoksuai, best known as author of the woodblock print series Thirty-Six Views of Mount Fuji. Interior designer Nicola Harding, known for her work on The Garden House at Beaverbrook, is responsible for the interior design alongside Beaverbrook’s creative director and renowned advertising guru, Sir Frank Lowe.