The story of De Vere Beaumont Estate in Old Windsor is a very British one; a tale of democracy, royalty, education and religion. At its heart, sits an 18th-century mansion, a chapel, 75 event spaces and a Georgian white house in 40 acres of parkland grounds.
The original house was built for Lord Weymouth but it was its time as a public school, from 1854 - 1967, that saw most of the estate's architectural developments.
Following a multi-million-pound refurbishment, today you'll find a wealth of these original features still intact along with a 21st-century style that ensures business, weddings and training are anything but usual.
Serving great food from British suppliers, the new 1705 Restaurant & Bar is now open whilst the Executive Chef team create restaurant-quality food for a wide range of events. With some recently refurbished, bedrooms are modern and stylish and there are over 400 of them with luxury suites in The White House.
Whilst outside, 44 acres of grounds complete with natural ponds and specially commisioned sculptures create a relaxing space for guests to explore, all set close to the River Thames,