Tewkesbury Park has completed the second phase of its extensive £4m renovation, with the introduction of nine new suites, meeting rooms, a new Orangery and cocktail lounge.
The project, which is taking place over a two-year period, appointed interior designer ADS-Design to style the new suites, which along, with the new meeting rooms take their namesakes from key characters who fought in the 1471 Battle of Tewkesbury.
The rooms have been adorned in Zoffany and Osbourne & Little fabrics, and work with the soft furnishings to complement Tewkesbury Park’s 176 acres of surrounding parkland.
The new Orangery and cocktail lounge, along with the Duke of Gloucester and Earl of Warwick meeting rooms, have been transformed by celebrity interior designer Jane Clayton and Company.
Besides the multimillion pound new additions, the first phase saw all 85 guestrooms receive a complete refurbishment with plush new interiors, new Hypnos beds and 40″ inch flat screen TVs.
Work to the main foyer and reception is still being carried out and is scheduled for completion late spring. Two brand new spa rooms will be completed early summer.
Patrick Jones, the new general manager, said: “We are thrilled with the results so far, the hotel is undergoing a complete renaissance and deserves to be brought back to the magnificent property it once was. The McIntosh Family who bought the hotel in 2014, are to be congratulated for having the vision and belief in its potential and staff.”