Cliveden House hopes to re-open on 4th July, subject to Government guidance. To reassure guests that a visit to Cliveden House will be just as luxurious, yet most importantly safe, please read their COVID-19 Precautions & Procedures here >>
Discover Cliveden House, a five star country house hotel situated near London in Berkshire. Enjoy the premium spa facilities and award-winning dining options.
What makes a stay at Cliveden House unique?
Cliveden House is unique. The setting, architecture and interiors all speak eloquently of extraordinary extravagance and remarkable refinement.Cliveden is set in 376 acres of spectacular National Trust managed gardens and woodland. You can be certain of a beautiful room filled with exquisite furnishings and priceless antiques. As you enter you are welcomed with muted music, the scent of fresh flowers and, if it is winter, a crackling log fire. Each of the rooms is named after a prominent guest or figure from Cliveden´s past, and furnished accordingly. As one would expect there is an ample choice of rooms in which to enjoy the fine cuisine and faultless hospitality, which has attracted numerous awards and accolades.
What are the rooms and facilities on offer at Cliveden House?
Spacious bedrooms at Cliveden House come in both classic, traditional and modern styles. Complete with fireplace, dining area and en-suite bathroom. Rooms come with digital telephones and a wide variety of modern services and comforts. Communal facilities include a spacious waiting room with boudoir, an indoor tennis court and a lounge with billiards.
What can guests enjoy when staying in the Taplow area?
Cliveden House is one of Berkshire's sparkling jewels, nestled within 376 acres of Cliveden House National Trust Parkland that you are free to explore during your stay here.
The remarkable location in some of the most beautiful countryside in England lends itself to a range of things to see and do, both at the estate and beyond...
Where can guests enjoy food and drink?
Enjoy an unforgettable dining experience here at Cliveden House at The Cliveden Dining Room.
Innovative, new British plates, fastidious preparation, and immaculate finishes in every exquisitely designed production shine through.
The love of local and fresh produce means the three à la carte courses and seven-course degustation menus are driven by English ingredients and directed by the seasons.
Located in the charming old stable block that once housed the most coveted fillies of Lord Astor. Adopting an equestrian theme in its decor, The Astor Grill is character-filled, offering a simple and casual approach to Cliveden dining.
The Executive Chef supervises the menu and focuses on a blend of traditional American and British recipes, many of which are reminiscent of the diverse owners of Cliveden and inhabitants. The name–the Astor Grill–is reminiscent of the Astor family which owned the house from the early 1900s. William Waldorf Astor, the wealthiest citizen of America, then gave the house to his in-law son and aunt, Nancy Astor, in 1906 and Cliveden became a lively social centre for visitors as diverse as Charlie Chaplin, George Bernard Shaw and Winston Churchill.
Today's Astor Grill is a cosmopolitan venue steeped in tradition, its romantic atmosphere offers all the elegance and legendary hospitality for which Cliveden is renowned, and is the ideal place to escape and enjoy lunch or a casual dinner.