Broomfield Kent United kingdom
Celebrate in style, way back into the past, enjoy where the kings lived
Castle - Broomfield
When you walk through the front door, you will feel like you are stepping back in time and the see echoes of the castle’s history all around you. Whether you’re enjoying a family getaway or a private retreat with your colleagues you can sit back and relax and have a drink in the most amazing surroundings. You could of course play croquet on the lawn, curl up and read a good book in front of the roaring fireplace, or play the piano in one of the drawing rooms.
The castle can host private parties for up to 100 people and up to 200 people in the Fairfax Hall. We can provide musical entertainment, a private butler and even its own florist. Dinner is served in the private dining room, with beautiful Chinese porcelain, or larger groups can feast kings in the banqueting hall with its beautiful ebony floor, enormous open fireplace and breathtaking views looking out onto the moat.
Guests can also stay in the Maidens Tower which sits on the grounds with five private bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms and beautiful furnishings. There is something for everyone at Leeds Castle whether you want to stroll around the extensive grounds and discover the park’s wildlife, hold a board meeting or reward your staff to a relaxing retreat.
Leeds Castle's History
Walk Where Kings Once Did Has it ever been your dream to stay in a real-life castle? Leeds Castle, Kent looks like it came straight out of a fairy-tale book as it rises majestically out of its surrounding moat. Encircled by 500 acres of breathtaking gardens and parkland, the castle is the perfect place to host family celebrations or corporate retreats. This castle has been impressing people for centuries from when it was first built as a Norman stronghold by the half-brother of William the Conqueror, to a Tudor palace owned by Henry VIII and then as a private residence. You can literally come and walk where Kings and Queens once did. The interior of the castle you see today was designed by European designers in the early 20th century.
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