Deer Park Hotel boosts luxury status with refurb roll out


East Devon Deer Park Hotel is rolling out a number of upgrades across its estate as it bids to boost its luxury status in the south west.

New for April 2016, will be the hotel’s new Orangery, which will add a major asset to the wedding offering at Deer Park Hotel.

The hotel has also revamped a number of its main bedrooms and also the extensive gardens, including the kitchen garden that supplies Deer Park’s 2 AA Rosette Loxton’s restaurant, headed up by Andy Storey.

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Deer Park Hotel has also unveiled its new luxury thatched tree house. Designed by Blue Forest, the handmade love nest comprises one bedroom, a lounge with log burner and treetop balcony.

The new three-bedroom CEO House accommodation adds to the corporate offering at Deer Park. Set apart from the main house, the building complements the hotel’s conference suite.

Deer Park Hotel was recently awarded AA four star status and given Gold in the South West Tourism Awards 2015.

Commenting on these new developments at the Deer Park, managing director, Mark Godfrey says: “I know we’re bound to be bias, but to say the new Orangery is exquisite is an understatement. The craft and skill which has gone into its design is outstanding.”

He continues: “The Orangery sets the Deer Park apart from all other venues now in the south west. It offers a fabulous space with the most up to date technology, including 100 mps high speed broadband. Combined with our fanatical attention to food and service, it’s put the Deer Park in a different league for this part of the country.”