Thurlestone Hotel in South Devon has unveiled its new restaurant as the result of a million pound refurbishment at the property.
The four-star hotel has opened The Trevilder, following a complete transformation, with the new space now boasting a new identity and new menus ready for summer.
Set across two levels and with floor-to-ceiling windows, the restaurant has been redesigned by London-based Fabled Studio.
An Art Deco style runs throughout the new space, with marble flooring, mirrors and lighting all boasting a 1920’s look, alongside naval detailing that gives a nod to the region’s maritime history.
The kitchen itself, which is overseen by head chef Dan Tee, has also been expanded and upgraded, to offer a spacious, light working environment for the whole kitchen brigade.
The restaurant, which scooped two AA rosettes last winter, will continue to focus on classic British cooking using the best local ingredients.
The new menu at The Trevilder will offer a daily-changing ‘market menu’, plus an a la carte option.
The menu is accompanied by a revamped wine list, prepared in conjunction with West Country wine merchants Christopher Piper Wines.
The Thurlestone Hotel has been owned and run by the Grose family for over 120 years.
The hotel also offers more informal dining at The Village Inn, which was refurbished extensively in 2016, when it also received one AA rosette, and the seasonal Rock Pool bistro.