Exterior view of Easthampstead Park Hotel
An Extraordinary History

History of the Easthampstead Park Estate

Easthampstead Park is a Victorian mansion on the edge of Wokingham and Bracknell in the English county of Berkshire. The house is a Grade II listed building “of historic and architectural interest, in Jacobean style with curved gables, pierced stone parapet and stone frontispiece of naive classicism”. 

The estate originally extended to 5,000 acres (20km2) and has been used for many purposes over the centuries, including a park reserved for royal hunting, part of a large private estate, a refuge during the war, a teacher training college, a nuclear bunker and a comprehensive school! 

Easthampstead Park is now primarily used as a conference centre, hosting various meetings, events and team-building, as well as wedding receptions and civil marriage ceremonies.