a family owned independent hotel
Highfield Park is proud to be a family owned independent hotel, and has been since 2016. Prior to this Highfield Park has been owned by a number of different corporate companies ranging from Hewlett Packard, NATS, Initial Style and prior to being independent, De Vere Venues.
Before Highfield Park became a hotel, it had been a private home to numerous families. The most recent resident of Highfield Park was former Prime Minister, Neville Chamberlain. Owned by the Duke of Wellington at the time, the Duke lent Neville Chamberlain Highfield Park after he stepped down as Prime Minister due to poor health.
Why not take a look at our History of Highfield Park page to find out more!
We are dedicated to bringing the life and soul back into the building, to create a beautiful country house and offer individual events tailored to the customer so that they can enjoy this beautiful house too. Highfield Park are committed to deliver customer service and offer a bespoke experience to each and every guest whether they are joining us to indulge in a sumptuous afternoon tea or giving us the privilege of hosting their ‘big day’ we will go the extra mile to make sure the experience is truly fabulous!
Will wedding venues negotiate on price?Published: 18/08/2020
Everyone has heard of the saying, if you don't ask, you don't get. We use it wherever we can, whether that's to get a discount off a holiday or free delivery when ordering a large product, so why not for your wedding venue?
The key thing to remember is that you need to be flexible, flexible to what the venue can offer you.
A history of winePublished: 12/01/2020
The earliest archaeological evidence of wine production yet found has been at sites in Georgia (c.?6000 BC), Iran (c.?5000 BC), Greece (c.?4500 BC) and Armenia (c.?4100 BC), where the oldest winery to date was uncovered.
We love coffee!Published: 18/10/2019
Highfield Park loves coffee, we believe that coffee is life-changing. That is why recently we upgraded the coffee machines.
For many people, stopping at a certain point in the day or after a meal to have a cup of coffee or espresso, allows them to relax for a moment and put aside their daily problems. When sharing a coffee or espresso with friends and family, the ritual has become not only a basic gesture of hospitality, but also a celebration of being together.
Park LifePublished: 19/09/2019
September is important in the history of Highfield Park. Our beautiful country manor house became a part of UK History this September in 1940.
Having stepped down as prime minister of the United Kingdom in May, he finally offered his resignation to Mr Winston Churchill and returned to Highfield Park from London on the 19th September, with both the King and Queen visiting Mr Chamberlain at what is now Highfield Park.