Details emerge for £750k transformation project at Notts country boutique

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Further details have emerged for the £750 refurbishment of a Notts country hotel, which will help the property ‘rupper stamp’ its status as a luxury wedding venue.

Cockliffe Country House Hotel, which is owned by independent hotel group Heritage Estates, is set to undergo an extensive renovation, which will see its main house refitted, and the venue’s bedrooms, restaurant and wedding and conference facilities reworked.

A new 2,400sq ft multi-purpose space that can cater for up to 80 guests will also be constructed, which the owner believes will help the hotel to target to wedding market when it opens in May.

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Jon-Paul Davies, director of Heritage Estates said that the plans will be respectful to the building’s character and history.

Barnard Construction, based in Besthorpe, near Newark, was chosen as the lead contractor for the refurbishments.

Cockliffe Country House Hotel is an 11-bedroom 17th century former farmhouse in Burntstump County Park, near Calverton.

Jon-Paul Davies, director of Heritage Estates, says: “We can’t wait to restore this stunning building into something everyone in the local community can be proud of.”

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