Flat Cap Hotels adds to room stock with the launch of six new suites

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Young boutique brand Flat Cap Hotels has launched six new suites at its first property The Vicarage, which opened in 2015.

Flat Cap Hotels, founded and run by brothers Oliver and Dominic Heywood, have opened the new individually designed suites to mark the final phase of refurbishment at the family-run hotel in Cheshire.

Situated in the most historic part of the building, the suites boast high ceilings, exposed beams and brickwork, plus freestanding roll top baths.

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Design wise, the rooms feature Barnaby Gates wallpaper and bespoke curtains as well as antique furniture selected by the Heywoods. 

Tea is supplied by Manor tea bags while coffee comes from Cheshire-based company, Jaunty Goat coffee. 

Dominic Heywood commented: “We’re absolutely delighted with the new suites. They are finished to a high standard, offering guests a unique and charming experience, and are a great addition to the hotel’s 20 existing en-suite bedrooms.”

Flat Cap Hotels started in 2015 when the brothers acquired The Vicarage. In 2016 they took over a former crown court in Knutsford which they are currently transforming into a 42-bed boutique to be the second in the portfolio. Their aim is to open five properties before 2019.

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