Beautiful Brocket Hall, England
Brocket Hall, Hertfordshire, one of England’s finest country estates offers the very best of country house charm, just 22 miles outside of Central London.
The luxury English estate is situated in 543 acres of beautiful parkland, with stunning countryside and lake views and is full of fascinating history; the Hall has been home to two British prime ministers, hosted George IV and is where Lady Caroline Lamb introduced the Waltz to England in the hall’s ballroom.
With Michelin-starred dining, Brocket Hall is home to the Auberge du Lac restaurant, which is housed in the estate’s former hunting lodge and sat on an idyllic lakeside location. The lodge dates back to 1760 and can accomodate up to 63 guests – perfect for private dining. The restaurant uses the finest ingredients to combine the traditions of French cooking with a quintessentially English background.
The luxury country estate is also home to two 18-hole golf courses; The par 72 Melbourne Course, which offers a beautiful game through the 18th Century parkland and across the River Lea, and the par 73 Palmerston Course, which takes golfers through the mature woodland surroundings of Brocket Hall. The Estate is also home to state of the art Palmerston Golf Academy, with indoor and outdoor practice zones, chipping and putting areas and a par 3 6-hole short course.
Brocket Hall offers the ideal location for a country escape, Michelin-starred dining or a golfing getaway and also caters for weddings as well as private and corporate events.
For bookings or reservations visit brocket-hall.co.uk.