Beaverbrook Surrey transports its quintessential British charm, Japanese allure and the flamboyant spirit of Lord Beaverbrook to the historic heart of Chelsea. The Beaverbrook Town House inhabits two beautifully restored Georgian townhouses and presents 14 suites, each styled and named after celebrated London theatres, a superlative Japanese restaurant and a vibrant bar. This new beguiling boutique luxury hotel boasts a prime perch on stylish Sloane Street, overlooking the leafy-green grandeur of Cadogan Gardens.
The Beaverbrook story unfolds
Beaverbrook Town House reimagines the flamboyant Lord Beaverbrook’s colourful life in London, where he hosted world leaders, literary greats and Hollywood stars in singular charismatic style. His actual London home was The Vineyard, a tiny Tudor mansion on the Hurlingham Road in Fulham, and our fine Georgian townhouses, sited at the most exclusive end of Sloane Street, are the perfect vessels to replay Lord Beaverbrook’s fabled hospitality.
An Aesthetic celebration
Our Town House is home to a unique range of art collections and a myriad of historic and whimsical treasures created and curated by Beaverbrook’s creative director, Sir Frank Lowe. Over 500 works are tastefully showcased, including Japan’s great masters, bespoke historic theatre memorabilia and quirky vintage images of London’s best-loved tourist attractions.
Our house in the country
Beaverbrook Estate nestled in the Surrey hills
Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Surry Hills, our luxurious country house hotel rekindles the spirit of a bygone era of English high society at its most charismatic, where its famous former owner, press baron and wartime Minister of Aircraft Production, Lord Beaverbrook, entertained world leaders, literary greats and Hollywood stars. Its peerless elegance and remarkable facilities combine to create a truly memorable experience.