Nestled in the Berkshire countryside, just 40 minutes from London, Cliveden House has long been a venue for merriment, intrigue and scandal! Originally built in 1666 as a hunting lodge for the Duke of Buckingham, the house was twice destroyed by fire, only to be renovated to its former glory and more. During World War I it was used as an emergency hospital which was visited by Winston Churchill, then First Lord of the Admiralty, and later was the epicentre of the Profumo affair as the politician and Christine Keeler, who would become his mistress, met by the Cliveden pool.
With so much history and character, Cliveden House is a truly unique events venue, perfect for classic conferences or Summer parties.
High Wycombe station is a 30 minute direct train from London Marylebone and the venue is a short car journey from there.
Cliveden House, Taplow, Berkshire SL6 0JF