About Beaumont House 0118 971 4700
Beaumont House has recently been expanded and rebranded as the Beaumont Estate, but remains a wonderful venue with a dual personality: it successfully combines a reputation as a perfect conference location during the week with a status as a great spot for a weekend leisure break, thanks to its setting in the historic area of Old Windsor. The grand country house has a heritage stretching back to the 14th century and is truly a sight to behold, with a white facade and porticoes all adding a sense of luxury to the impressive 40 acres of parkland. The hotel is located on the outskirts of the regal town of Windsor, close to Windsor Great Park, but the estate itself has sprawling gardens and a lovely lake outside the front of Beaumont House.
The renovation of Beaumont House into the Beaumont Estate has seen the division of the hotel into four distinct areas: Beaumont House remains the main building and centre of the hotel. The Village holds four dedicated and independent meeting areas. The White House is a new addition, a historic building having benefited from a multi-million pound investment to create a luxury hotel with suites and superior rooms. Finally, the 19th century Chapel has been beautifully restored to create an atmospheric function suite complete with stained glass window.
Location of Beaumont House
The venue fits in well with its position in the area, thanks to its rather majestic look and feel. From its private location it is almost hard to believe that the M25 and M4 motorways are just five minutes’ drive from Beaumont House. There are a number of attractions and day trip opportunities in relatively close proximity to the hotel including the Legoland and Thorpe Park theme parks, Windsor Castle and Windsor Racecourse.
Rooms at Beaumont House
The recent refurbishment has ensured a fresh and contemporary feel to the hotel’s interior, no more so than in the massive collection of guestrooms, including the recent addition of an extra 58 superior rooms in Beaumont House and the deluxe accommodation of The White House. There is an array of top amenities, luxuries and comforts, whether your stay is for work or for leisure purposes.
Facilities at Beaumont House
The historic origins of the Beaumont Estate fit in perfectly with the scenic surroundings of Old Windsor, but the Principal Hayley touch has created a modern venue that proudly offers comfortable beds, premium amenities, and the facilities to create an enjoyable stay for corporate and recreational guests. The hotel’s restaurant offers a range of different dishes using various fresh local ingredients. There are also wines from around the world to complement the cuisine. The Beaumont Estate’s health and fitness club, featuring a swimming pool, gym and tennis area, offers visitors the chance to enjoy some relaxation and fitness time during their stay.
Meetings at Beaumont House
The Beaumont House’s greatest asset is its conferencing options. There are 75 rooms available, for whatever the configuration, style or size of your event. The largest function space at Beaumont Estate can host up to 550 people at any one time. The hotel grounds are also ideal for team events or as a beautiful wedding backdrop.
By Air: Beaumont Estate is approximately 20minutes by car from Heathrow Airport.
By Rail: Both Egham and Windsor train stations with connections to London and Reading are just a 5minute drive from Beaumont Estate.
Approaching from the M25, exit junction 13 (A30 Staines). At the roundabout, follow the signs for the A30 to Bagshot/Egham. This takes you alongside the M25 southbound. Travel to the next roundabout and follow signs for the A308 Windsor. You’ll pass the Runnymede Hotel on your right. Continue straight until you reach a mini-roundabout. Take the left exit for Englefield Green A328 and then turn immediately right into Burfield Road. Beaumont House entrance is on your left-hand side.
Approaching from the M4, exit at junction 6 and follow the signs for Windsor and the A308. Follow the road and the signs for Staines and the M25 on the A308. Continue driving, passing the Bells of Ouseley pub on the right, and turn right at the next mini-roundabout, signposted for Englefield Green (A328). Turn immediately right into Burfield Road and the Beaumont Estate entrance is on the left-hand side.
Please note that these directions are guidelines only.
The hotel has ample parking facilities, complimentary for guests.
To book your accommodation and/or conference at the Beaumont House, Windsor, please BOOK ONLINE or call the Essential Travel reservations hotline on 0118 971 4700 (from in the UK)