Entrepreneur Peter de Savary rounds off refurbishment at Cheltenham townhouse with two new additions

Hotelier and entrepreneur Peter de Savary has completed a refurbishment of a five-star townhouse B&B in Cheltenham and added two new bedrooms to its offering.

The Bradley, which is privately-owned by the de Savary family who bought and restored it in 2015, is a 10-bedroom property with the additional Garden Rooms situated in the courtyard garden of the townhouse.

The new bedrooms have been designed to offer alternative modern accommodation to the traditional rooms within the Regency townhouse.

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The rooms are decorated in either red or blue tones, with Art Deo artwork on the walls.

Alongside the 10 bedrooms, guest areas include a drawing room, honesty bar and study spanning the length of the house, a breakfast room with conservatory opening to the garden.

The Bradley is run by general manager Bea Seidler.

Ambitious 73-year-old, Peter de Savary is well known in the industry for turning around the fortunes at some of the country’s now finest hotels including Bovey Castle and Skibo Castle.

The family also own The Merrier Harriers in Surrey, The Cary Arms in Babbacombe, Devon and The Eastbury Hotel in Dorset, which was taken over earlier this year and is set to benefit from the investment of a spa over the coming months.

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