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Luxury design at its most dramatic
Uninhibited and uncompromised design – a masterpiece
The oldest documented building in Beaconsfield has been magnificently restored over four years in a made-to-order, without restraint, makeover. Its re-design can only be described as awesome – dramatic architecture, luxurious materials, spectacular lighting and even an underground extension create an elaborate, luxurious property.
The main bar is a work of art in its own right. From an Italian jade marble floor and gloss polished walnut & copper bar, to the two huge skylights where a row of six 1930s crystal chandeliers sit, you see top-to-toe luxury. Along one wall is a custom-made, seventeen meter black chesterfield, studded with Swarovski crystals. There are polished pewter tables and stools. Heavy crushed velvet curtains drape from antique hand carved oak panelling to complete the extreme décor.
A grand white marble staircase with an elaborate ironwork vine sculpture and python banister leads to the private bar, The Crystal Room. This underground Aladdins cave has mirrored walls, ceiling and fibre optic lighting effects. Tastefully furnished with lots of pewter, seating is white embossed leather with a matching black leather floor.
To complete the luxury of this property the small garden has an infinity swimming pool and jacuzzi - kept at steaming hot temperature throughout the year.
Check out their Half Price offer for rooms booked before 31st Dec 2012 (to be taken anytime in 2013)
Inquire for their Half Price offer for rooms booked before 31st Dec 2012 (to be taken anytime in 2013)
Each of the 17 individually designed bedrooms uses materials to dramatic effect. Textured leather, suede, oak, porcelain, velvet and lots of gold leaf decorate rooms which are themselves filled with statement furniture and theatrical ornamentation.
The hotel offers an English, Thai and a new Italian restaurant. The English, features a huge open fire, crystal studded chesterfield seating, textured leather and 24 carat gold leaf walls and polished antique oak flooring. The nearby Thai restaurant has embossed velvet walls, four huge crystal chandeliers hanging from vaulted ceiling, leather tables and banquette seating.
A number of meeting and private room facilities are provided, including The Library, which as well as a giant wall bookcase has a five and a half meter bird walnut boardroom dining table, highly lacquered gold and black wall paneling, lots of textured leather and more chandeliers. The Hunting Lodge is full of rustic wood and taxidermy including a huge Victorian moose head and antique antlers. The Thai Snug is made from reclaimed Gothic church paneling.
Off the main street in Beaconsfield, about 2 minutes from M40 junction 2.