Siblings Tania Fossey and Adrian Slater, the entrepreneurs behind the Baylis & Harding toiletries brand have chosen Astro for their first venture into hospitality.
Siblings Tania Fossey and Adrian Slater, whose Fuzzy Duck inn in the Cotswolds, caught the eye of The Times Travel section in March, chose Astro Napoli LED wall lights in matt nickel for the bedrooms.
This quintessentially boutique B&B combines original character with high-end contemporary design chose Astro’s Napoli wall lights for the bedrooms, with their discreet reading light attachment and shallow oval shade..
Described by The Times as “a bijou, family-friendly hideaway” the Fuzzy Duck Slater says the hotel retains the Baylis & Harding brand values.
“This is an unusual but exciting brand extension for us,” says Slater, “and we felt it was a natural move that allows us to represent the lifestyle our parents envisaged when they created the Baylis & Harding beauty range in the 1960s with the concept of ‘Affordable Luxury’ at its heart and which Tania and I have been devoted to ever since.”