AN ESTATE in Old Windsor has unveiled its multi-million pound transformation of its mansion house.

De Vere Beaumont Estate, part of De Vere’s collection of historic mansion house estates and hotels, has unveiled the results of its top-to-toe refurbishment to its Georgian mansion house, The White House.

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The White House, the historic heart of the hotel, has been refurbished to bring it in line with De Vere’s distinctly British aesthetic.

The six events spaces include The Hastings rooms, formerly the Matron’s study when the property was a catholic boarding school; The Roxburghe, which was previously the school chemist; and The Remenham, which is named after Hugo de Remenham who acquired the property in the 14th century.

In addition, The White House renovation also involved the transformation of its 26 bedrooms, including 10 suites, which have been upgraded to create spaces which mix contemporary design with the estate’s original features.

De Vere Beaumont Estate

De Vere Beaumont Estate

The White House suites are complete with walk-in showers, roll-top baths, fluffy robes and slippers, classic Roberts radios, quality toiletries and smart TVs.

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In 2018, De Vere Beaumont Estate unveiled the results of the first phase of its £12million refurbishment which included the creation of new luxury bedrooms and a top-to-toe refurbishment of much of the property, including the hotel’s 45 event spaces.

This saw a refresh of the hotel’s Grade II 19th century chapel, with an ornate painted ceiling and stained-glass windows which was returned to its former glory.

The Chapel’s current window is a replacement as the original was destroyed by a doodlebug which landed near the property during the second World War.

Darren McGhee, Venue Director at De Vere Beaumont Estate, said: “We are very excited to reveal the results of the refurbishment with our guests when we reopen our doors in May.

De Vere Beaumont Estate

De Vere Beaumont Estate

"The refurbishment has breathed new life into The White House while celebrating its British heritage and offering the latest luxuries with 21st-century design and state-of-the-art facilities. We have created a property that caters perfectly for our guests and we are thrilled with the results.”

Steeped in history dating back to the 14th century, the original house was built for Lord Weymouth and then served as a public school from 1854 – 1967.

Nods to the past are featured throughout the estate, from original school-boy hats to replica typewriters.