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Bramshill House is a 17th-century mansion set in rolling parkland, which has been used as the centre for higher police training in the United Kingdom since the 1950s.

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Bramshill mansion viewed across the lakeBramshill House is in Hampshire, 32 miles (55 minutes) from Heathrow airport and 55 miles (70 minutes) from Gatwick airport.

mansion room classroomIt is a Grade 1 listed Jacobean mansion, set in an estate of 300 acres with a wide range of relaxing walks. It has three lakes and, perhaps surprisingly, is custodian of a rare herd of white fallow deer.

Bramshill bedroomResidential accommodation

All accommodation at Bramshill is en-suite. Towels, bed linen and electric kettle with tea/coffee making facilities are provided in all bedrooms. Each room is a segregated study-room with en-suite bathroom, telephone, television and broadband connection.

Washing machines, dryers, and kitchen facilities are included in all accommodation blocks and if required, washing materials are available for sale from the on-site shop.

Bramshill gymSports facilities

A gymnasium is available for use. It contains a wide range of fitness equipment, a sports hall for organised sports and two squash courts. An induction can be arranged as required. Use of all facilities in the gymnasium is available to students for the duration of the course at no additional cost.

In addition Bramshill has a number of outdoor sport facilities including the third-oldest extant cricket pitch in the world.There are also football pitches, tennis courts and a bowling green.

Bramshill Police LibraryLibrary

The British National Police Library is based in the long gallery at Bramshill House. It is a unique national collection and specialist knowledge service, also providing access to the wider world of quality published research. 

Free use of all the Library facilities is available to students.

Bramshill internet cafeOther facilities

There is an Internet e-Portal on site with 20 computer terminals. This is available to all students and is open 24 hours a day.

The Greenride Bar (with a TV lounge, Sky Television and pool tables) is open on site most evenings.

The on-site shop is open Monday to Friday and provides all daily needs: newspapers, snacks, beverages, toiletries, mobile top-up, stamps, dry cleaning and souvenirs. The shop accepts credit and debit cards, and cheques supported by a valid bank card.

Bramshill student and staff restaurantTwo chapels and a quiet room are available on site. Delegates who wish to attend organised worship can be accommodated, and transport can be arranged to all local places of worship.

All meals are served in the Nuffield Hall dining room. The staff at Bramshill are used to accommodating all cultural and dietary needs.