Beaumont Estate Hotel, Windsor, UK

The story of Beaumont Estate in Windsor is a very British one; a tale of democracy, royalty, education and religion. At its heart, sits an 18th-century mansion, a chapel, 75 event spaces and a Georgian white house. The original house was built for Lord Weymouth but it was its time as a public school, from 1854 – 1967, that saw most of the estate’s architectural developments. Today, it’s home to over 400 recently refurbished suites, two Restaurants, spa facilities, and state of the art meeting rooms.

The hotel is located only 15 minutes from Heathrow Airpot and the town of Windsor. Click here for a list of local attractions.

How to get there



The nearest airport is London Heathrow, which is 6 miles away, or 15 minutes by car or taxi. To get to Beaumont Estate via public transport from Heathrow Airport:

Take the Heathrow Connect or Piccadilly Line from Terminals 1, 2 or 3 towards the Bus Station at Terminal 5. Take the No. 8 bus towards Slough City Centre and disembark at the ‘Bells of Ouzeley‘. From here, it is a 10 minute walk to Beaumont Estate Hotel or you can arrange a taxi using the list of local providers below.



Egham Station is the closest station, located only 3 miles from the hotel. Windsor & Eton Riverside and Windsor & Eton Central stations are also close by.  Trains to these stations leave from London Waterloo every 20 minutes and the journey takes approximately 1 hour.



Beaumont Estate is easily accessible from the M3, M4, and M25. Enter the following coordinates (51.449394, -0.575441) and postcode (SL4 2JJ) into your sat nav to find the hotel.



A taxi from one of the local train stations to Beaumont Estate will cost approximately £10 (one way). Delegates will be able to arrange a taxi share with other delegates via our taxi share forum closer to the date of the conference.

Beaumont Windsor Taxis Windsor Cars Ltd Royal Windsor Taxis
01753 775 075  01753 677677 01753 585585




Northchurch Business Centre
84 Queen Street
S1 2DW

Tel: +44 (0)114 279 9926

Registered Company No. 1141941
Registered Charity No. 268989

Our Delegates

“The BELMAS Annual Conference is of great value as it provides attendees with the opportunity to present and dialog will colleagues from throughout the world in an intimate setting.”

Jami Royal Berry
Co-Director, UCEA Center for the International Study of Educational Leadership

Our Delegates

“BELMAS provides a wonderful opportunity to learn about important problems of leadership practice with and from colleagues who are leading and researching schools”

Michelle D. Young
Executive Director of the University Council for Educational Administration (UCEA)

Our Delegates

“The BELMAS annual conference gives me the opportunity to stay abreast in my field and to engage productively with colleagues in superb surroundings. A number of important collaborations have come about…as a result of conversations during the conference. It is by far my favourite conference of the year and I always look forward to it.”

Steve Courtney
Programme Director MA Educational Leadership, University of Manchester

Our Delegates

“The BELMAS conference is easily my favourite conference. I am always trying to attend and present if the dates are right. Wonderful locations, relaxing and professionally rewarding at the same time. Can’t get any better than that.”

Stelios Orphanos
Lecturer of of Educational Administration and Policy, Frederick University

Our Delegates

“[The conference] was an excellent chance for me to present my research findings to a knowledgeable leadership audience. As BELMAS members are a mixture of practitioners in schools…and working academics, which brings together the theoretical and the practical, this is a great opportunity for everyone to expand as well as present their knowledge in this area.”

Maria Karamanidou
Leader of Learning, Hazelbury School