There are many grand hotels of historic importance in the world, but Cliveden House, Grade One Listed and standing in its own rolling parkland estate overlooking the River Thames in Buckinghamshire, must rank among the most sensational of them all. Most people have heard how the society hostess Nancy Astor entertained Royalty and the political luminaries of her day at Cliveden, including Winston Churchill. And surely everybody has heard of the Profumo Affair which nearly brought down the Government of Harold Macmillan, inspiring a film and even a West End musical. Without doubt Cliveden has known great power, politics and scandal, and now, as one of the World’s Great Hotels, restored to full glory, it knows how to behave in the way all truly great hotels should—it gives its guests a personal experience that is simply unrivalled.
So it is fair to say that our Members are intrigued—and delighted—with our arrangement with Cliveden House. Now you are invited to stay and dine in this luxurious Palladian mansion house, grand enough to have been the former home of a Prince of Wales and several Dukes, its house, gardens and estate all now impeccably maintained by the National Trust.
And how enjoyable it is to be a guest in such a magnificent house, to explore its historic secrets, its fine art, antiques and memorabilia, grounds and gardens, take a stroll down to the Thames or swim in that famous Cliveden pool, relax in your room or suite, wine, dine and take tea, with 150 staff waiting on you hand and foot yet totally relaxed in atmosphere, professionally yet genuinely expert and welcoming, and to be without a care in the world while you savour it all? And without any thoughts to trouble you of how to maintain this grandeur! If this seems like the good life to you, join the Club!
Club Members enjoy exclusive preferential rates at this fine country-house hotel, saving an extra 15% on the best available rates, and with the added benefit of complimentary English breakfast. Call Member Services on 020 7399 2960 to check availability and book, or follow the link below.