The 55-bedroom Inn at Woburn has been given a new name following an extensive refurbishment.
The newly-named The Woburn Hotel sits within 3,000 acres of the Woburn estate and its new identity has been devised to better suit its surrounding entities, including Woburn Abbey and Gardens, Woburn Safari Park and Woburn Golf Club.
The 55 refurbished rooms, including seven cottages, have been designed with the needs of corporate customers in mind, boasting free WiFi throughout and improved meeting room facilities. The hotel’s award-winning 2 AA Rosette restaurant Olivier’s is headed up by executive chef, Olivier Bertho and features a modern menu of contemporary and continental cuisine using locally sourced ingredients.
Sue Crowley, general manager of The Woburn Hotel, commented: “The Woburn Hotel offers business clients something that is almost unique in the area, a contemporary and stylish hotel in a very traditional setting with fantastic customer service; combining to give the perfect experience.”