Beaverbrook extends its spirit of British nostalgic charm with an enchanting recreation of a timeless, quintessentially English village.  Nestled within the extensive woodlands of the estate, Mickleham Village has 21 guest rooms, housed across a collection of ten cottages, as well as a new restaurant, and an events space. The new offering also includes The Dower House. Shrouded within a walled oasis of 55 acres, The Dower House has its own private swimming pool, helipad, studio or spa treatment room as well as an Aston Martin.

A new chapter in the brand’s journey, opening in December 2023, Mickleham Village will offer a luxury rural adventure, in true Beaverbrook style.

Mickleham Village Cottages

Faithfully reconstructed on the site of the original Mickleham Estate’s workers cottages, and echoing the feel of a traditional, English village, the cottages offer a total of 21 individual guest suites. The luxury suites are named after literary and artistic giants of the Romantic period, and the Victorian and Edwardian era – the Golden Age of Literature – with each room exuding their own unique personality and charm.

Guests will be able to choose from Classic or Deluxe rooms, as well as Studio Suites and Suites, in line with the estate’s existing room categories.  Bedrooms start from 39 square metres, spanning up to the largest Suite at 53 square metres, and offer a range of unique features, from private gardens, terraces or balconies, to bunk beds or interconnecting options.  Parking for guests’ vehicles is available within the Village, as well as a self-drive buggy per room for residents to access other facilities across the estate.

Those looking for a family friendly option will be spoilt for choice across the cottages, with six bedrooms featuring bunk beds – that can be smoothly tucked away when not in use – meaning a comfortable set up for a young family.

Amenities & Services

Named Mrs Beeton’s after the famous Victorian culinary goddess, the restaurant at Mickleham will offer classically British fare, alongside an elegant wine list.  The British-inspired menu, prepared using fresh and local produce, brings a new culinary style to the estate, whilst maintaining the creative flare and exquisite flavour be expected from a Beaverbrook kitchen.  Guests can indulge in outstanding food and beverages, whilst enjoying the picturesque nature of Beaverbrook’s Estate.

Carrying through the literary and artistic theme, The Writer’s Block is the event space at Mickleham that can accommodate up to 22 people for tailored events, whether it’s a corporate meeting, a family dinner or something completely unique.  Exclusive hire of Mickleham Village offers corporate retreat groups the ideal location to enjoy the event spaces, delicious food and all of the amenities with complete privacy.


Interior designer, Nicola Harding, has recreated the look and feel of a timeless traditional English woodland village.  Harding’s design bursts with colour and patterned wallpapers and is an extension of her existing creations at The Garden House and Beaverbrook Town House.

Creative Director, Sir Frank Lowe, brings his usual whimsical, creative curatorial flair to the entire concept, as well as all the artwork within – creating an altogether unforgettable experience to the surprise and delight of guests.