Benazir Bhutto’s £9million Surrey mansion is secret location for £450-a-couple s-e-x parties with naked tennis and a dungeon

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Benazir Bhutto’s £9million Surrey mansion is secret location for £450-a-couple s-e-x parties with naked tennis and a dungeon

An Arts and Crafts mansion that was once home to former Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto is now the venue for adult s-e-x parties.

Rockwood House near Guildford is now the setting of £450-a-couple weekend orgies, where guests can enjoy the facilities in the ‘dungeon’, naked tennis and ‘naughty walks’ in the woods.

Organised by party firm Little Liaisons, the most recent two-day ‘mini festival of sin’ held at the brick-built country home took place there last month, and guests were only told of the venue a week beforehand.
Participants needed a secret password to get in, and were invited to have s-e-x ‘in the pool, around the fire, in the hot-tub and in the forest’.

Party organisers suggested guests could then ‘retire later to the mansion house for a sultry night of hedonism and filthy tunes’.

The once-lavish home where Bhutto invited world leaders was advertised as offering themed ‘play rooms’, DJs, flowing drinks and photo and video booths ‘for all your memories’.

Advertised as ‘A full weekend of activities and adventures for pure unadulterated hedonism, a walk on the wild side’, the Summer Of Love party ran from Friday to Sunday and cost up to £450 each per couple, or £150 per couple for those who just wanted to join on the Saturday.

Once home to Bhutto’s £120,000 Lalique glass dining table, crystal chandeliers and gilt-covered furniture, the 20-bedroom house was transformed with neon lights, fetish equipment and pumping club music for the s-e-x party.

The house’s old cellar was transformed into an S&M dungeon, complete with what the party website advertised as a ‘intimate little workshops’ run by a ‘tantric master’ complete with his ‘beautiful assistant’.

Bhutto and her husband Asif Zardari, who stepped down as Pakistan’s president earlier this month, bought the house in 1995 and it gained notoriety as the place where the Pakistani government accused them of hiding money obtained through corruption, a charge they denied.

They sold it in 2004 , three years before Bhutto’s assassination, for around £4million, and the house, which is currently let to someone who uses it for 12 events a year, is now on the market again for just under £9million with upmarket estate agent Sotheby’s.

The tenant, who asked not to be named, said: ‘This is not a venue. This is a private home, where I occasionally hold private events for a range of open-minded and wonderful people.

‘The majority of events that I hold here are musical events, or I have hosted wonderful charity events.

‘Yes, there have been events of a s-e-xual nature, but I don’t see why that is anything for people to be ashamed about.

‘Everything that takes place is within the law and the authorities have absolutely no concern. Why should shame be attached to s-e-xuality?

‘Everyone has the image of sleepy Surrey villages, but these are happy events, and if there are people who don’t approve of these events, then that is really none of their business. It is not affecting them.’

Talking about last month’s orgy, the tenant added: ‘That was a fantastic wonderful event, with good, respectful people, and absolutely no impact on the local community.

‘In fact there was a lot of trade for local cabbies,’ he said.

Whoever buys the house, which lies in prime Surrey commuter belt land, is expected to knock it down and rebuild on the site.

The tenant said: ‘The super rich who can afford to live somewhere like this don’t want it as a home in its current state.

‘But this is such a wonderful and beautiful venue and it is all going to be lost. I don’t really think that is what local people would want.’

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