The owners of a Yorkshire boutique hotel are celebrating the end of a major refurbishment programme, which saw its bedrooms and public areas upgraded.
Steeton Hall Hotel, owned by Angela and Paul Armitage, unveiled its new look to a buzzing crowd last week, with a new bandstand and renovated bedrooms being the real highlights of the project.
The hotel, which opened its doors in 2014 under the Armitage ownership, has given all of its ten bedrooms a makeover and now each one comes complete with Sky TV, new bathrooms and luxurious beds.
Dating back to 1611, the hotel building is set in spacious grounds within easy access to Brontë Country and the Yorkshire Dales.
Alongside the bedrooms and new bandstand, Steeton Hall Hotel is also home to a restaurant and bar, offering ‘first-class English and Continental cuisine’.