Boutique hotel, Stanley House Hotel and Spa, in Ribble Valley, has announced a string of promotions that looks set to shake up the boutique’s restaurant operations.
The award-winning hotel, that consists of 30 bedrooms, a leisure spa and two restaurants, has promoted Megan Williams to the role of deputy conference and banqueting operations manager, while Danny Chester has stepped up as supervisor at the hotel’s gastro-inspired restaurant, Mr Fred’s.
Williams, who lives in Upholland, has worked at Stanley House Hotel and Spa for two years after originally joining as Mr Fred’s restaurant manager.
The 24-year-old became service manager last year, but as part of her most recent promotion, she will take on responsibility for delivering banqueting for weddings, private celebrations and corporate events held at the hotel.
Meanwhile 20-year-old Chester, who is from Lammack, has landed his promotion after three years’ service as a waiter at Stanley House.
Philip Wharton, general manager at Stanley House Hotel and Spa, commented: “Stanley House prides itself in creating an experience like no other. It’s about the full package, so we continually invest in the training and development of our staff to ensure the service we offer perfectly reflects our resort standard dining and facilities.
“Danny and Megan’s promotions are thoroughly deserved. They both embody the Stanley House brand and the excellence they’ve demonstrated in customer care means they are well-placed to take the step up.”
The hotel recently scooped a trio of accolades at the Ribble Valley Stars in Tourism Awards, including the Team of Excellence award.