The Kingham Plough in Chipping Norton is due to undergo extensive refurbishment of all its bedrooms, taking place this month and ready for relaunch in March.
The Oxfordshire pub with rooms, currently home to seven bedrooms, will see its annexe building redeveloped from three rooms to two luxury en-suites, to be named Cow Parsley and Chinese Room.
At the end of the project, the hotel will have six individually designed en-suite bedrooms, all with new soft furnishings, art work and lighting. Every room will feature free WiFi, Egyptian cotton linen, a Lavazza coffee machine and Neals Yard remedies, among other luxury amenities.
Emily Watkins, chef proprietor said: “Having been open for eight years we really understand what our customers want from a wonderful stay in a hotel room that will make them want to come back time and time again. We have put so much thought into every aspect of the refurbishment – I honestly can’t wait to see the finished product. First and foremost was the look of the rooms, quality was paramount, and wherever possible we have used local carpenters, fabric designers to work on the project with us. We have taken a great deal of care to provide all the modern services expected in this day and age, but in a discreet way so that it does not overshadow a very beautiful country hotel room.”