Flân' Club

Flân’ Club: Beaverbrook Hotel, Surrey, UK

Lord Beaverbrook was a connected sort. As owner of the Daily Express newspaper, he wooed the world’s luminaries at his fanciful wedding-cake of a home, set within the resplendent Surrey Hills.

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Now transformed into a lavish hotel, Grade-II-listed Beaverbrook has stories to tell. Rooms nod to past guests – Elizabeth Taylor, Rudyard Kipling and Ian Fleming all stayed here – and as a minister to Winston Churchill, Lord Beaverbrook also hosted key wartime conclaves here. And yet, it doesn’t languish in the past: interiors are by Susie Atkinson, of Soho House fame, and the Japanese restaurant is run by an ex-Nobu chef. Perfect for your autumnal week-end get aways.

Simon Brown for House and Garden

Simon Brown for House and Garden

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