Brocket Hall lies within the magnificent parkland of the 543 acre Brocket Hall Estate. Built in 1760 it has been the home to two British Prime Ministers and a favourite country retreat of royalty. Situated in beautiful Hertfordshire countryside the venue is just 22 miles from the centre of London. The Brocket Hall event spaces offer some of the finest conference and private entertainment facilities in the U.K.
Brocket Hall is one of England's finest stately homes. It has for centuries drawn the rich and famous to the peaceful seclusion of its country estate. The Brocket Hall event spaces offer a variety of locations for very special events. The Hall has played host to many important events and celebrations in the last 300 years and will continue to do so for many years to come.
Built in 1760, Brocket Hall has hosted its fair share of exciting and important events. Traditional Butler service will give your guests an unforgettable experience, as you step back in time in the tranquil setting of the Brocket Hall Estate.
The magnificent Ballroom features an original hand-painted ceiling and a beautiful grand chandelier. It boasts the second longest dining table in the United Kingdom and can accommodate up to 150 guests. Dating back to the start of the 1760s, the Ballroom has always been a significant part of the Hall with the grand ceiling half of the expense of the whole House. The leading subjects in the ceiling, which was painted by Sir Francis Wheatley, depicts the twelve signs of the Zodiac.
For a more intimate affair the Library, with its exquisite Chippendale bookcases can comfortably host 20 guests and provides panoramic views of the stunning Broadwater Lake. Luxury accommodation in one of Brocket Hall’s 30 bedrooms, each named after somebody closely related to the Hall, rounds off an unforgettable experience at this quintessentially British country Estate.
The Hall itself is set overlooking the Capability Brown inspired landscaped grounds, with all of the grandeur and luxury expected of a Hall that was once a favoured retreat of Queen Victoria.
The Melbourne Club has stunning panoramic views of the Melbourne Golf Course and grounds. With two event locations, for the more intimate occasions, the elegant Piano Lounge is perfect for up to 30 people. The Oak Room, with its oak beamed ceiling and glass walls, offers event space for up to 150 people, with incredible views across the Estate.
Auberge du Lac, the award-winning fine dining restaurant, is perfectly situated on the banks of the Broadwater Lake. The food on offer, carefully crafted by Head Chef Matt Edmonds, changes with the seasons, using the finest ingredients from local and British suppliers.
All the Brocket hall event spaces are exceptional and unique in their own way. Whether for exclusive use by a corporate group, a magical English countryside wedding or a banquet in the Ballroom, all experiences here are elevated by the majestic setting.