Phase one of £6m refurbishment of 17th century Wotton House begins


Wotton House, a 17th century hotel in Surrey, has unveiled the completion of the first phase of its £6m refurbishment. 

The hotel, which is part of the Principal Hayley Group’s country house hotels portfolio, has renovated almost half of its bedrooms in the Mansion House, with Further planned works to include the creation of 16 new suites.

This will bring the total number of bedrooms up to 127.

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There will also be an overhaul of the hotel’s public areas, the restaurant and bar, meeting spaces plus the Old Library which is a popular facility for weddings.

The redesign is part of the PH group’s wider multi-million pound renovation project across its country estate hotels portfolio, with a view to bring the Mansion House building back at to the heart of the group.

Surrey-based artist Emma Stothard has been commissioned to create new sculptures for Wotton House’s 13 acre grounds all inspired by nature.

Caroline Morrone, general manager at Wotton House, commented: “As a popular venue for the conference, business, leisure and wedding sectors, the project has been planned and designed to appeal to all our customers and provide an attractive, contemporary venue in stunning surroundings which pays homage to its history. We are delighted with the results so far and are already receiving fantastic feedback from our guests. We are confident that the new suites provide a luxurious accommodation offering to wedding parties and those looking for something a little more special.”




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