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De Vere Latimer Estate 

De Vere Beaumont Estate

De Vere Wokefield Estate

A story of heritage and vision

The story of De Vere is a very British one; tales of democracy, royalty, education and religion, interwoven into its hotels rich history. 

At its heart, sits a collection of country estates and ancestral family seats that have stood the test of time. With the earliest site believed to date back to 870AD, each one has a long tradition of welcoming and entertaining guests, from Winston Churchill to King Edward VII.

Today, these historic country estates and houses have been enhanced to accommodate today’s way of living and working and are complemented by a collection of inspiring event spaces – including five in central London.

Investing for the future

Following a £100 million restoration project, De Vere has created a new collection of country estate hotels that place the mansion house at the heart of the estate with developments continuing throughout 2018. 

Join us below and take a tour through some of the stunning transformations that have already taken place. 


De Vere Selsdon Estate

De Vere Selsdon Estate has an intriguing story to tell. A luxury country hotel since 1924, yet with roots that go as far back as the 9th Century.

Today, the hotel is undergoing a multi-million-pound renovation to bring it back to its former glory. Phase one has seen already seen the refurbishment of 54 bedrooms, Orangery, a new reception, Burr & Co. coffee shop and restaurant & bar.

Many of the hotel's 18 event spaces have also been renovated including the impressive Cedar Suite with space for up to 200 guests and the Terrace Suite with access to the outdoor terrace. Whilst phase two will see the rest of the ground floor transformed.

In the grounds, garden sculptures have been commissioned and the golf club and outdoor terrace have both been refreshed as part of the project.

De Vere Beaumont Estate

At the heart of Beaumont Estate, just south of Windsor, sits an 18th-century mansion house, a chapel, 75 event spaces and a Georgian white house.

Today, a £9 million refurbishment has seen a collection of bedrooms renovated, including four luxury suites in The White House, a new restaurant & bar, Burr & Co. coffee lounge and an elegant new dining space, The Parlour.

Many of the estate's event spaces have also been renovated including the state-of-the-art Hanover Suite with space for up to 700 guests, the Hanover Lounge and the iconic 19th-century Chapel, with the addition of new executive lounge, The Pantry, completing the project.

In the grounds, garden sculptures have been commissioned, with outdoor Wi-Fi also added.

De Vere Wokefield Estate

There has been an estate at Wokefield since the first house was built in the 1560s for the wealthy Plowden family.  

A £20 million refurbishment has launched 95 new bedrooms and upgraded 54. The executive centre, Wokefield Park, has been refreshed and the Mansion House completely transformed.

Refurbished event rooms include the modern Wokefield Suite in Wokefield Place with space for up to 500 guests and the character filled Lincoln and Palmer suites in the mansion. Whilst a new reception, Burr&Co. coffee shop, boot room, a new restaurant, bar and Whiskey Lounge, and a refreshed gym & pool area completed the project.

Whilst outside, a specially commissioned parliament of hares create a sculptural centrepiece in the grounds along with the addition of outdoor Wi-Fi.

De Vere Tortworth Court

With a history dating back to the 11th century, the estate at Tortworth has been the ancestral seat of the Ducie family for 350 years and counting.

This summer saw the completion of a £5 million refurbishment which included the renovation of the bedrooms and the creation of 11 new luxury suites. The spa & gym have been refreshed along with a number of the hotel's 14 events rooms including the impressive Victorian conservatory, The Orangery, and the Victoria and Kitchener rooms.

 Whilst outside, garden sculptures have been commissioned, with outdoor Wi-Fi also added.

De Vere Latimer Estate

One of Britain's most secret homes, because of its connections with WWII, the mansion house at De Vere Latimer Estate dates back to 1838.

Now, after a £7 million refurbishment the estate has been transformed with 31 deluxe rooms, the new 1838 Restaurant and Bar along with an outdoor dining courtyard, the Huntley Bar and The Library. Many of the estate's 28 event spaces have also been refurbished, including the modern Waterhouse suite and the mansion houses's Cavendish Suite.

In the grounds, outdoor Wi-Fi has been added alongside sculptures commissioned by artist Emma Stothard.

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