A hotel in the North East has been transformed into a chic boutique B&B and gastropub following a £200k investment from its new owners Tavistock Hospitality.
The Three Horseshoes Hotel, between Sunderland and Washington, is now home to seven bedrooms designed to cater for both the leisure and business traveller, after the renovation process.
Tavistock Hospitality, which runs more than a dozen bars, hotels and restaurants across the North East, initially relaunched the site as a brewery tap for its Sonnet 43 Brew House in January 2016.
The company aimed to create rooms that had a ‘modern, boutique style but also that pay a more personal tribute to the heritage of the surrounding area’.
The bedrooms utilise untreated wood, as well as glass and steel, paying homage to the North East’s industrial history and famed manufacturing sector.
“Since relaunching earlier this year, The Three Horseshoes Hotel has become increasingly popular with diners from across the North East,” said Jonathan Graham, operations director for Tavistock Hospitality.
“Now, with the creation of these seven stunning bedrooms, we are able to welcome visitors from much further afield who are keen to make the most of our high quality food offering, reasonable rates and enviable location.”