in The House
Prices from £610
An eclectic mix
Contemporary and Period
Generously appointed, elegant in design, and defined by their original features, our Deluxe Rooms are characterised by Beaverbrook’s past guests, and embody a la mode luxury. Each room benefits from stunning views, and opulent bathrooms.
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Inside the room
Detail from the Ian Fleming Room
- King size bed
- Flat screen TV
- 35-41 sqm (377-441 sqft)
- Sipsmith Sloe Gin
- Complimentary minibar
- Underfloor heating in bathroom
- Bamford toiletries
- Bathroom and slippers
- Air conditioning
- Nespresso coffee machine
"Never say 'no' to adventures"
Our Ian Fleming room is inspired by both the literary and cinematic impact that the famous creator of James Bond made on British culture. Featuring an original, highly-collectable, Terry O’Neill, black and white photograph of the late, great Roger Moore as Bond, this room is romance personified, and includes a lavish bath and walk in shower.
"The true guide of life is to do what is right"
One of the most popular rooms on the estate, the Winston Churchill room offers guests an inimitable snapshot of the great man himself. It features Churchill's original bathroom, his secret escape passageway, and the very space that the former Prime Minister would retire to after long days strolling around the Beaverbook Estate, contemplating his next military manoeuvre.
The Duchess of Windsor
"Never explain, never complain"
The Duchess of Windsor room is the epitome of timeless style: elegant floral wallpaper, hues of peach and gold, and a carefully-curated collection of antique furniture. Inspired by Lord Beaverbrook's regular guest, the controversial Wallis Simpson, this room features a walk-in shower, roll top bath, and a king size bed.
Lady Diana Cooper
"I feel in my heart I am supposed to be here right now"
With two bay windows, an in-room roll top bath overlooking our 470-acre estate, and a four-poster bed, our Lady Diana Cooper room is a perfect romantic hideaway. Influenced by the famously glamorous Lady Diana Cooper, friend and confidante of Lord Beaverbrook, this room never fails to delight.