Scandal, Intrigue and Tradition: the impressive and historic British country estate enters a new era
Taking in the grand front gates, at the pinnacle of a winding drive surrounded by an expertly trimmed box hedges, Brocket Hall conjures up a timeless British elegance from the very first glimpse. One of the greatest stately homes, witness to some of the most pivotal moments and characters of English history, Brocket Hall, under new management, embarks on an exciting new era; re-awakening the classic magic of this historic property.
We attended a gorgeous event to see this amazing historic venue for ourselves.
Displaying quintessential British grandeur and available solely for exclusive use, this exceptional ancestral home stands proudly within a manicured 543-acre estate and is conveniently located just 22 miles from central London. This distinctive destination features not only one of England’s greatest stately homes but two championship golf courses with outstanding practice facilities and coaching for beginners to elite players in addition to a host of activities that epitomise the best of Britain such as motorised sports, falconry, clay pigeon shooting, archery and croquet.
Individually tailored arrangements with dedicated butlers and a brand new team of chefs; corporate events, private parties and weddings bring Brocket Hall back to life. Showcasing every inch of the unforgettable property, these exclusive events re-awaken the fine furnishings, collection of stately paintings, historic connections found in each bedroom and the captivating and intriguing narrative of scandals.
Guests can sense its stories past whispered between the walls. Built in 1760, few stately homes if any can claim to have had two prime ministers live and die within their walls. A country retreat for some of the most famous royal and aristocratic figures, including King George IV, Lord Melbourne and his close friend and counterpart Queen Victoria, the estate also features Melbourne Lodge, the 18th Century former stables with 16 luxury bedrooms, many of which overlook an expanse of beautiful Broadwater Lake.
The grandeur of the Regency Hall and the glamorous splendour of its Ballroom, surrounded by beautiful parkland and coupled with traditional butler service, Brocket Hall provides a most superior backdrop for those looking for the very finest elements of all that makes Britain Great.
A reputation as one of the most innovative out of London dining destinations, the Estate also plays host to Auberge du Lac. A charming fine dining restaurant, housed in the Estate’s former hunting lodge that dates back to 1760 and boasts a stunning lakeside setting, exceptional cuisine and the highest standards of service.
Brocket Hall, an exclusive venue for corporate events, weddings and parties, is fully staffed with butlers discreetly anticipating guests needs as well as and a team of chefs delivering the highest culinary standards. The Hall’s exceptional meeting facilities and luxurious accommodation are regularly used by politicians, captains of industry and businessmen to meet, discuss and relax in a discrete and convivial environment. It is just as popular a venue for weddings, company outings and private parties, providing an extraordinary and memorable experience to all.
The beautiful Regency stately home boasts 30 luxurious double bedrooms, all of which are named after individuals who have either lived in or been closely associated with Brocket Hall. Providing breath-taking views across the country estate, the luxury accommodation retains a quintessentially British look and feel, while reaching modern standards, befitting Brocket Hall’s international reputation. Close to the capital as well as nearby to the convenience of London Luton airport, Brocket Hall is also easily accessible for private jet users and the large Estate easily allows for helicopters.