England’s finest golf & residential country estate in the Hertfordshire countryside

The Brocket Hall Estate is situated in beautiful Hertfordshire countryside, just 22 miles from the centre of London and conveniently placed for all international airports. Built in 1760, Brocket Hall has been home to two British Prime Ministers and was a favourite country retreat of royalty. Today, it offers some of the finest conference, private event, golf and residential facilities in the UK.

With three luxurious venues for weddings, corporate events, golf days and private functions, the Brocket Hall estate combine heritage & history with luxury accommodation and impeccable service.

Latest Vacancies

Food & Beverage Assistant

We are looking for experienced Food & Beverage Assistants to join our lively yet passionate waiting team in our Golf Clubhouse. You will be delivering friendly and efficient service to our members and guests in our Clubhouse restaurant,...

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Internal Recruiter

An amazing opportunity in a unique location! We are looking for a proactive, experienced Internal Recruiter to lead the organisation of the recruitment function at the quintessentially British, Brocket Estate.  Located just 22 miles outside of London...

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HR / Payroll Administrator

An amazing opportunity in a unique location! We are looking for an experienced Payroll Administrator to be responsible for the accurate processing and administration of the permanent and casual monthly payrolls. Located just 22 miles outside of...

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Brocket Hall,
Hertfordshire AL8 7XG

Brocket Hall

Brocket Hall, an exclusive and unique venue for corporate events, weddings and parties, is fully staffed with professional butlers discreetly anticipating your every whim and a team of chefs delivering the highest culinary standards.

quintessentially English country house