The story of De Vere Beaumont Estate in Old Windsor is a very British one; a tale of democracy, royalty, education and religion. At its heart, sits an 18th-century mansion, a chapel, 45 event spaces and a Georgian white house in 42 acres of parkland grounds.
The original house was built for Lord Weymouth but it was its time as a public school, from 1854 - 1967, that saw most of the estate’s architectural developments.
Following a multi-million-pound refurbishment, today you’ll find a wealth of these original features still intact along with a 21st-century style that ensures business, weddings and training are anything but usual. When it comes to Windsor hotels, De Vere Beaumont Estate is the most charming.