Congham Hall Hotel, a 26-bed hotel in Norfolk, has completed a series of renovations thanks to a six-figure funding boost from Natwest.
The hotel began work in January on eight of its main house bedrooms plus all corridors and the Writing Room, which can be used for private events.
The hotel, which is situated in King’s Lynn, first became a hotel in 1982 when it was transformed from a family home by the Forecast family.
In 2002 the property was purchased by Nicholas Dickinson and a small group of private investors.
Dickinson, whose experience operating country house hotels includes Oxford’s Belmond Le Manoiraux Quat’Saisons, met earlier this year with NatWest relationship manager Tom Smith for support with the refurbishments on site.
“In an era when banks are often criticised for not supporting the small business sector, I can only say that this has not been our experience,” Dickinson said.
Tom Smith added: “It has been a pleasure to work with Nicholas and his team these past years, and to see him work so hard to present Congham Hall to the public. We are delighted with our ongoing relationship and NatWest look forward to helping him in the future.”