Case Study: Georgian House
The Garden House
Join us as we explore The Garden House, a restaurant and boutique hotel nestled amongst 350acres of the Beaverbrook Estate, a quintessentially English Estate, steeped in family history – the former home of celebrated publisher 1st Baron Beaverbrook.
Set in the heart of the picturesque Surrey Hills, with peaceful woodland views, The Garden House forms one of many exclusive culinary dining experiences offered on the Beaverbrook Estate. And, as the name suggests, the setting is one of serenity, calm and romance associated with an English country garden.
Whilst the main house offers a grandeur synonymous with a bygone era, The Garden House offers a departure from this, with panoramic views of the surrounding walled garden, abundant with fruit trees, vegetables, herbs and flowers.
Housed in the former orangery and owing to the floor to ceiling glazed doors - finished with the Hinton Lever Handles in Aged Brass, the restaurant is flooded with natural light. On the windows, Monkeytail Espag Handles and Stays offer a whimsical, yet traditional aesthetic, with the Beeswax, finish exuding English Country Cottage charm.
The elegant bedrooms have also been fitted with traditional Beeswax Monkeytail Espag Handles and Stays, giving continuity throughout and adding to the character and rural authenticity. Meanwhile, straight Lever Handles adorn the bathroom doors, the Beeswax finish perfectly off-set against the dark green hues.
Gothic Lever Latches can be seen throughout the hallways and communal areas along with Hinton Lever Handles, their Aged Brass finish reiterating the traditional aesthetic whilst elevating the look with a timeless appeal.
Get the Look: The Garden House
Delivering on character and charm, the Garden House has been beautifully restored and finished with the finest ironmongery throughout. Traditional quality door and window furniture complement the garden-inspired interiors and the overall finish is elegant and comfortable with all the authenticity of an English country home.
Credits: Huge thanks to From The Anvil and The Garden House, Beaverbrook Estate, for kindly sharing the images.