Stowe House was famous for entertaining royalty in the estate’s heyday during the 18th and early 19th centuries. Our breath-taking State Rooms can now be the backdrop to your day.
For more information or to book please email us or telephone 01280 818282
The State Rooms can be hired separately or in combination.
Let your guests enjoy arriving via the monumental North Front Portico.
The historic Marble Saloon was inspired by the Pantheon in Rome and is the perfect setting for guests to enjoy their day with you.
Enjoy the elegance of days gone by as you walk through the magnificent doors onto our South Front Portico – an idyllic place for a drinks reception overlooking the Octagon Lake, Corinthian Arch and rolling Buckinghamshire countryside as far as the eye can see.
You can create a real sense of occasion in our State Dining Room.
The elegant Music Room is exquisitely decorated by Vincenzo Valdrè. The room was built for the family who once lived at Stowe to enjoy music and entertainments. You can enjoy the beautiful sound of our Steinway piano flowing through the room.
The majestic State Drawing Room, with its gilded ceiling, acts as the ideal room for dancing the night away.
The grounds at Stowe were designed by Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown and to this day they establish Stowe as the first and finest landscaped gardens in England.
The Roxburgh Theatre seats 400 and is the perfect setting for talks, lectures and drama.
The Chung Music School includes the Ugland Auditorium, recording studios and practice rooms. Each room has one of our signature Steinway pianos.
On-site accommodation in our boarding facilities.
We have a large range of classrooms available.
Our leisure facilities are set in our beautiful estate include:
Nine-hole golf course
Heated indoor swimming pool
Clay pigeon shooting, archery, treasure hunts, horse riding and specialist team-building exercises can also be organised.
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