The project to restore the landmark 17th century mansion situated on an island alongside the River Colne includes the addition of seven new bedrooms, an orangery restaurant, valet parking & locker lounge, work spaces, golf lounge with the latest simulator technology, wine room and whisky room. The interiors have been created by designer Kim Partridge, who oversaw the interior transformation of 2027 Ryder Cup venue Adare Manor in Ireland.
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Speaking about her design inspiration for the project, Kim Partridge said: “While we wanted to echo the Englishness of this classic country house, the brief in relation to the club and member experience is avant garde, providing a place where the touch points offer understated luxury, where members feel at home and can spend time with friends and family.
“We are also offering members the ability to work from the club, which we’ve been able to do discreetly. We’ve created lots of spaces, tables, connectivity, but also comfort, so you can work from the warmth of a leather wing chair and enjoy all the amenities of a working space. All of these things will make The Buckinghamshire different and put the club at the forefront of the new face of golf.”
The Buckinghamshire, which has a rich heritage of hosting professional tournaments, including qualifying events including for The Open, AIG Women’s Open and US Women’s Open, is to remain the headquarters of the Ladies European Tour.