Bulstrode Park

Aerial view of Bulstrode Park, Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, England, UK

The property

Bulstrode is a nineteenth century mansion in the Gothic Style dating from 1865. The property has recently been acquired with the intention of converting the existing house for use as a luxury hotel.
Bulstrode is a substantial Grade II listed building set in parkland which is separately listed Grade II. The property has a significant history and the current mansion is the fourth of a succession of houses on this site.
The existing buildings extend to approximately 106,000 square feet. The main house is arranged on two principal floors with cellars and rooms in the attic. A range of single story wings and courts extend to the North and East.

Project Overview


150 years

total Sq Ft






Project Goals & Expectations

The ambition is to create a luxury Country House Hotel with all the ancillary facilities and amenities expected by the market. The completed project will sit in the context of a number of famous luxury hotels in the area such as Cliveden, Stoke Park, Coworth Park and The Grove.
There is a well-established business model for such hotels with proven viability and long-term sustainability.
The resultant hotel should attract an international clientele and be recognised as comparable with similar hotels in the region. The intention is to respect the history and significance of the property and reflect heritage in the design.

Landscape conversion

All guests visiting Bulstrode Park will experience the beauty and harmony transpiring from the historic landscape surrounding the Victorian mansion, a blend of nature and artwork. It is important that the interpretation and execution of the landscape’s design are in the right hands.

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