Dormy House on the Farncombe Estate has reopened its Danish Court guestrooms to mark the completion of its multi-million pound renovation programme at the 17th century boutique.
The four newly-designed suites mark the final flourish of changes for the boutique hotel, which began in 2014 and saw the addition of the House Spa, which has proved to be a huge success since its launch in February 2014.
The new guestrooms have been designed by Trevellion Interiors, with a style palette that mixes traditional elegance with Scandi chic to create a warm and inviting atmosphere for guests.
A neutral colour scheme has been combined with bold Scandinavian print fabrics used on the furniture in a variety of colours and patterns to give each room its individuality.
Dormy House has undergone a complete transformation over the last year and a half, including the launch of the spa that has already won many awards its short history.
Last month, Tom Aspey was appointed as the new general manager for Dormy House and Foxhill Manor, joining the estate from Soho House Group where he had been since 2010.