A Tudor experience at Hever Castle

Hever, Kent

Events with a regal touch can be held in fully adapted rooms at Anne Boleyn’s childhood home.

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Once the home of Anne Boleyn, one of King Henry VIII’s many wives, this splendid property was restored to its former Tudor glory in 1903 by American millionaire William Waldorf Astor. 

The Astor Wing’s impressive interconnecting rooms provide the perfect space for corporate events surrounded by portraits of Tudor nobility and royalty. Discreet hospitality adds to the tranquil setting and 18 luxury bedrooms can be booked for your guests within the castle itself for truly unique stay.

Alternatively you can set incentive trips amidst the award-winning gardens in the light and airy Guthrie Pavilion. Overlooking the 38-acre lake, this contemporary-designed space can be your base for corporate hospitality and teambuilding days. Guests can enjoy private tours of the castle, a leisurely ride in the African Queen Steamboat on the lake, reception drinks in the Japanese Tea House or a game of golf on the 27-hole championship course.

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