Introducing De Vere Reserve: A new era of notable country estates

De Vere, a collection of historic mansion house estates and distinctive contemporary hotels and event destinations, has today unveiled its new mansion house concept, De Vere Reserve.

De Vere Reserve comprises a selection of luxury guest rooms and suites located in historic mansion houses, situated around the Southeast of England and The Cotswolds. The launch of De Vere Reserve marks the completion of a multi-million-pound investment into the group’s mansion hotels. Including Latimer House, known as Britain’s most secret home due to its role as top secret centre for military intelligence during WWII, The White House at De Vere Beaumont Estate, originally built for Lord Weymouth and then known as Beaumont College, the Grade II listed Mansion House at De Vere Tortworth Court, the ancestral seat of the Ducie family for over 350 years, the iconic Horsley Towers at De Vere Horsley Estate, the marital home of Lord Byron’s daughter and computer pioneer Ada Lovelace and Wokefield House at De Vere Wokefield Estate, the former home of the wealthy Plowden family.

De Vere Reserve encapsulates the very best that the brand’s properties have to offer, with recently refurbished bedrooms located in the hotel’s original mansion house, new Penhaligon toiletries, and thoughtful finishing touches to make every moment memorable. Guests checking into De Vere Reserve suites will experience the grandeur of the historic properties, combined with upgraded amenities and service.  

De Vere Reserve suites are complete with luxurious facilities including walk-in showers, fluffy robes and slippers, classic Roberts radios and smart TVs, with many also featuring sumptuous roll-top baths - just some of the features that provide a relaxing feel to the De Vere Reserve experience. A voucher will also be available for De Vere Reserve guests, allowing access to the 24/7 fully stocked Pantry where they can stock up on sweet treats and drinks.

When it comes to dining during their stay, De Vere Reserve suite guests are assured the best seats at the Mansion House restaurants during breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.

Penhaligon Halfeti toiletries are now standard in all De Vere Reserve guest rooms. The timeless notes of bergamot, rose and oud leave a captivating scent and complement the hotel’s heritage colour palette of muted greens, taupe, cream and chic tan accents.

Laurie Nicol, De Vere’s Chief Operating Officer, comments: “Over the last couple of years we’ve seen a real shift in our guests’ behaviour and requirements towards a more personal, tailored experience. De Vere Reserve has been designed purposefully to cater for the ever-growing desire for a more luxurious, personalised offer and we’ve worked hard to put together an offering that does just that. We’re looking forward to welcoming our customers, both old and new, to enjoy De Vere Reserve.”

Accompanying the launch of De Vere Reserve is an upgrade to the De Vere Estate bedrooms. The Estate bedrooms combine comfort and convenience for both leisure and business travellers looking for comfort and convenience at a great price. De Vere Estate bedrooms combine a fresh and airy design with comfort and attention to detail alongside modern, well-appointed bathrooms.

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