About Burnham Beeches Hotel in Slough

A Royal experience in the Buckinghamshire countryside

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Follow in the footsteps of Georgian aristocracy and explore a protected nature reserve that was once the hunting grounds of monarchs and an alluring hamlet for polite society.

Built in 1727 and formally known as Cant’s Hill, the Grand Manor House attracted many eminent visitors, including the English poet, Thomas Grey. It’s thought that he wrote his famous poem, ‘Elegy in a Country Churchyard’ while staying with his uncle who owned the house at the time.

Later, it became known as Burnham Grove and, at the beginning of the 20th Century, it was the home to the wealthy Clifton-Brown family, who loved to throw extravagant parties for their neighbours in Burnham Village.

Sadly, by the 1960’s the property had fallen into a state of disrepair and was in need of renovation. In 1965 it was bought and converted into a country house hotel, ready to welcome distinguished guests again, including the English National Football Team during Euro ’96.

Now, following further extensive refurbishment, the house has been returned to its original state of grandeur and offers visitors a taste of Georgian opulence. Thankfully, the surrounding reserve is intact, and the hotel retains 10 acres of private lawns and gardens for guests to enjoy. Its unique location, a tranquil oasis yet so accessible, is the perfect getaway for business and leisure.

Burnham Beeches Hotel has achieved the balance of period elegance combined with all the modern amenities and luxury you’d expect of a country hotel. Our 79 rooms and suites, including a stunning bridal suite, provide relaxing and comfortable accommodation for the most discerning guests.

Our building isn’t the only classical feature – our outlook on service also favours the traditional approach. Our hospitality team offer a warm welcome and a friendly, low-key attitude to making you feel at home, whatever the reason for your visit.

While cocooned here in nature, it’s hard to imagine how connected we are. Just a hop away from Windsor and its attractions like, Windsor Castle & the Great Park, Royal Ascot and Legoland, makes Burnham Beeches Hotel a central location for sightseeing.

And with Heathrow and major motorway networks close by, we are perfectly placed for gatherings, from weddings, corporate events, celebrations or just a quiet stay.

Discover a truly royal jewel in the Buckinghamshire countryside.

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