Dormy House Hotel & Spa - a 40-bedroom boutique hotel located above the picturesque Cotswold village of Broadway - reopened in September following a ?10m renovation. Dulux Natural Calico paint was used on the walls while Stone IV by the Paint & Paper Library was used to paint the beams. The 17th Century building is part of the 400-acre Farncombe Estate spanning the land from Broadway to the top of Fish Hill. The Tuscany silver-blue throws on the beds were supplied by The White Company (this line has now been discontinued). Exposed Cotswold stone, open log fires with original fireplaces and oak-panelled beams combined with new features have helped London-based designer Todhunter Earle, working with architect Tony D'Alton, achieve the desired farmhouse chic look. The original farmhouse, first used as a family home and for the past 36 years as a family-owned hotel, underwent a dramatic redesign including the creation of two new restaurants, with menus developed by creative consultant and Michelin-starred executive chef John Wood, featuring classic British favourites reinvented by head chef Paul Napper. The Potting Shed restaurant and bar. Laguna Rose fabric walling with matching cushion covers by Bennison. Chelsea Textiles supplied the bedside tables and the room is lit by a Vaughan chandelier and Chase Erwin silk lampshades in Diva Clay Pink. All 40 bedrooms are equipped with iPad in-room information so room service is only a click of a finger away. The aim was to ensure the experience is as comfortable and easy as possible. Each bedroom was individually designed by Todhunter Earle. Each bedroom was individually designed by Todhunter Earle. Each bedroom was individually designed by Todhunter Earle. The transformation will be completed in February 2014 with the opening of a new spa by Sparc Studio and Howard Consulting. House Spa, which replaces several large function rooms, will offer a range of treatments by English spa brand Temple Spa and a Veuve Clicquot Champagne Nail Bar.