De Vere Wokefield Estate, near Reading, is combining modern facilities with the heritage of the Mansion House through a multi-million-pound refurbishment project.
This month the property unveiled the first-phase of its renovation with 54 upgraded guestrooms, an additional 95 rooms in the new 1,300sq metre Executive Centre and courtyard seating for alfresco dining.
Set within picturesque Berkshire countryside, 40 minutes from London Heathrow Airport by car, guests are greeted by a sweeping driveway that leads to a grand mansion house with lake.
De Vere Wokefield Estate offers 376-guestrooms, 51 function rooms across two meeting venues, the iconic mansion house and hi-tech Executive Centre, and 250 acres of teambuilding outdoor space.
For those who like be active, the property offers permanent high ropes and zip wire courses, plus an award-winning PGA standard golf course.
Howard Lewis, De Vere Wokefield Estate general manager commented: “I am delighted to see phase one of our landmark restoration complete with the addition of the new Executive Centre and I am looking forward to seeing the transformation across the estate unfold as we restore this well-established popular venue to its former glory.”
The restoration of De Vere Wokefield Estate is part of a wider multimillion pound development project across the De Vere Country Estate portfolio, which will position the mansion house back at the heart of each property to celebrate their unique British history.
De Vere Wokefield’s renovation programme reaffirms it as one of the UK’s leading country estates for premium events with subsequent works planned for completion by the end of quarter three of 2017.
These include, the refurbishment of the Executive Centre’s remaining 73 guestrooms and pre-function space, The Street, as well as the introduction of De Vere’s signature coffee shop, Burr & Co.