Berkshire has got a new boutique hotel on the block, which comes with individually designed bedrooms and a former Michelin-starred chef heading up the kitchen.
Hurley House Hotel is a new 10-bedroom boutique that has been restored to its former glory and boasts design features such as exposed wooden beams, brickwork, plus materials such as leather, granite, limestone and oak combined with neutral rustic tones.
Alongside the bedrooms, there is a private dining room to seat up to 14 people, plus a bar and restaurant headed up by chef Michael Chapman, formerly head chef of Michelin-Starred The Royal Oak at Paley Street
The extensive wine list, crafted by Alex Sergeant, the former sommelier and general manager of the Michelin-starred pub the Harwood Arms, boasts over 130 bottles ranging from £20 to £280.
The bedrooms have been designed to capture the essence of ‘country living’ with a colour palette of greys, creams and browns.
The HH Superior Rooms come with views on the top floor or a private outdoor patio on the ground floor, as well as freestanding roll-top baths.
Every bedroom comes with underfloor heating, free Wifi and Floris toiletries.