Brocket Hall is one of England's finest stately homes with a long and intriguing history. It's fine architecture, oil paintings and antique furnishings make Brocket Hall the ultimate destination for both corporate and private events, all of which can be combined with golf on two of the South of England's finest Championship golf courses and Palmerston Golf Academy.
Situated in 543 acres of mature parkland, affording stunning views over the Broadwater Lake, Brocket Hall is only 45 minutes from Central London and close to all international airports.
Being available on an exclusive use basis only, providing excellent meeting, incentive and entertainment facilities to include weddings, our guests are able to meet and relax in a completely discreet environment, where traditional Butlers look after every need.
No other venue can claim to have been the home to two British Prime Ministers, played host to George IV and witnessed the infamous Lady Caroline Lamb introduce the Waltz to England in its Ballroom.
Brocket Hall prides itself on standards of excellence. No less than you would expect from somewhere that has entertained Kings and Queens, Presidents and Prime Ministers for over 300 years.
Situated within the grounds of Brocket Hall is Auberge du Lac, the Estate's former Hunting Lodge. Under the expert guidance of Executive Chef Phil Thompson, the restaurant has gained a national reputation as one of the most interesting out-of-London restaurants in the country. Its famed cuisine and renowned wine cellar have made Auberge du Lac a ‘destination restaurant' amongst discerning diners.
For more information please visit the Brocket Hall website.