“Cherkley Court offers a spectacular and exclusive setting to host a corporate board meeting or small conference,” said the venue’s house manager Anna Nelson. “Our position close to central London, the M25, Gatwick and Heathrow makes us an ideal place for those who want an inspirational venue in an idyllic setting.”
The House has six individual rooms available for hire, including: the double aspect dining room which can seat 22; the Saloon, a long drawing room opening onto a terrace which can hold up to 70 theatre style; and The Orangery, positioned next to the main house which can host 110 cabaret and 86 theatre style.
Following a stunning refurbishment under the direction of renowned designer David Mlinaric, responsible for projects including Asprey’s and the Royal Opera House, Cherkley Court & Gardens in Surrey has launched its exclusive rooms for private hire to the corporate market.
Cherkley Court hosted, among others, Rudyard Kipling, Harold Macmillan and Winston Churchill during in its heyday as the former home of MP and newspaper proprietor, the first Lord Beaverbrook.