When you arrive at Moor Park Golf Club, you will find a stunning 17th Century Mansion building and a thriving Members’ Club with lots to enjoy.
This magnificent venue, with its impressive grounds is an awe-inspiring location for any occasion, from weddings to corporate golf days, meetings and events. The Mansion provides an outstanding setting that will exceed expectations. Whether it is for business or pleasure, our dedicated team of Event Co-ordinators and banqueting staff are here to ensure every aspect of your event is individually tailored to create perfection.
We are always happy to welcome visitors to Moor Park Golf Club and show them the sights, with specially designed tours to unlock the charm of our beautifully maintained architecture and paintings.
The Mansion is set amidst 300 acres of mature woodland in finest Hertfordshire parkland and features two championshipstyle golf courses. Superbly designed by Harry Colt in 1923, the High and West courses combine a variety of challenging holes. Moor Park also hosts a welcoming tennis club, with a choice of both beautifully kept grass and hard courts.
Our enviable location makes us suitably located for travel, with simple connections via road and rail. Just 9 minutes from the M1, even less to the M25, we are also easily reached by the Metropolitan and Overground lines.
Moor Park Mansion is a Grade 1 listed Palladian building, set within over 300 acres of landscaped Hertfordshire parkland. Originally built in the late 17th Century for the Third Earl of Bedford, Moor Park Mansion has had various renovations and extensions over the centuries to become the building it is today.CONTINUE READING
The artwork that graces the interior of the building was painted by Italian artists. Some of the most famous paintings are in the Thornhill Room which also has a stunning ceiling painted by Verrio in 1684-5.
The ceiling to the Main Hall and its Gallery gives the illusion of a dome. This was painted by Cipriani in the 18th Century following the style at the time. Visitors are encouraged to look up when entering the Main Hall, to fully appreciate this magnificent piece of art.READ MORE CLOSE
Moor Park Mansion is so much more than just a venue. It offers opulence, idyllic surroundings and the finest banqueting facilities with the flexibility to cater for events up to 250 guests.CONTINUE READING
Choose from one of our eight impressive rooms, which all benefit from natural lighting and inherent elegance.
The rooms within the Mansion can cater for both traditional and modern tastes. Twinned with our professional, dedicated five-star approach we will deliver your perfect occasion.
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Visitors are required to maintain a reasonable standard of dress. Hats, bomber jackets, football-style shorts or shirts or similar types of informal dress are not permitted at any time in the Mansion. Shirts must be tucked into trousers at all times.CONTINUE READING
Clean, smart, non distressed denim jeans are permitted at all times in the Mansion.
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Moor Park Mansion has full disabled facilities including car parking. For particular requirements, including dietary, our experienced team are always able to meet your needs.
Our Mansion has full changing facilities with shower rooms and lockers available.
For further information please Contact us or call +44 (0) 1923 773146.
“We hosted our very first High Tea at a stunning place, Moor Park Mansion. It was a huge treat to entertain 100 very excited children for my Alice Miranda book signing in such a stunning place.” Jaqueline Harvey, Author of the Alice Miranda series.
The history of Moor Park Mansion is reflected through the various Chattels that are within and around it. The Moor Park Heritage Fund was set up in 1994 to protect these Chattels and ensure that the public has access to them all year round.CONTINUE READING
The Chattels include; “Apollo in his Chariot” which is featured on the ceiling in the Thornhill Room, a Victorian stone female statue and a fountain placed at the back of the Mansion carved from stone circa 1860 and pictured opposite.CLOSE