A picture of a bygone age
Set in the present day
Take the time to explore the grandeur of The House and its beguiling history, walking in the footsteps of the beau monde guests of Beaverbrook’s past. With 18 charming bedrooms - each named after their bygone occupants – a restaurant, bar, library, morning room, cinema and magnificent Victorian staircase bathed in natural light from an original domed atrium, the charismatic character of The House will make you wish the walls could speak.
Discover a wealth of historical treasures, memorabilia and fine artworks on display in the lobby and public rooms of The House, which has been sympathetically restored to Lord Beaverbrook’s era. Browse through his original collection of leather-bound books in the quiet serenity of the library, pleasantly warmed by a log fire in the winter months; take morning coffee in the elegant splendor of the spacious morning room; enjoy a fine cocktail or any refreshment of your choice in the opulence of Sir Frank’s Bar, or step out to the terrace and feast your eyes on superb views across finely manicured estate lawns and gardens and the Surry Hills beyond; experience exquisite fine dining at The Japanese Grill, or sit back and enjoy a classic film in Britain’s first home cinema – where Lord Beaverbrook and Winston Churchill shared many happy hours together.