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About the venue
Discover a Place where History and Elegance are Timeless and the Golf is Superb Only 45 minutes from Hyde Park Corner London, and close to all international airports, Brockett Hall dates back to 1760 with 543 acres of mature parkland on the banks of the Broadwater.
Brockett Hall is one of England's finest stately homes, both in terms of its architecture and its history, which is as varied as it is intriguing. Brocket Hall provides the ultimate destination for both corporate and private events for up to 150 guests. Few unusual venues in England offer exclusive use with butler service, and few can claim to have been the home of two prime ministers, played host to George IV and witnessed the infamous Lady Caroline Lamb introduce the Waltz to England in their Ballroom. Experience the Atmosphere of Brocket Hall, its Unique History and Unrivalled Hospitality Each room at Brocket Hall offers it's own charm and character, with superb furnishings and oil paintings and is available on an exclusive use basis for comprehensive conference, incentive and entertainment facilities, priding itself on standards of excellence you would expect from somewhere that has entertained kings and queens, presidents and prime ministers for over 300 years. Experience the hospitality of a bygone era Brocket Hall Golf Club boasts two of the finest championship courses in the South of England. The Par 72 Melbourne course, already internationally respected, surrounds Brocket Hall and the Par 73 Palmerston course, designed by Donald Steel, is a challenging contrast to the Melbourne. Both courses have been named after two British prime ministers who lived on the Brocket Hall Estate many years ago. Also, the Faldo Golf Institute offers both a long and short game zone, with instruction on how to play the 'Faldo' way.
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