Tylney Hall Hotel has opened the doors to its grandest suite following a recent refurbishment.
The Hampshire country house hotel, which is part of the Elite Hotels Group, has unveiled its newly-designed State Suite after a £120k makeover to make it the most impressive room in the 112-bedroom hotel.
The new suite overlooks the Italian garden and Boathouse Lake and features tail ceilings, free-standing bath and separate lounge, walk-in wardrobe and a rainwater shower.
The State Suite has been named after Thomas Mugleston, founder of Tylney Hall Hotel and the Elite Hotels Group.
Graeme Bateman, managing director of the Elite Hotels Group, said: “Formerly the family suite of Thomas Mugleston, the State Suite is appropriately named in his memory recognising the significant part he and his wife played in restoring both the hall and gardens during his long ownership. Commanding spectacular views of the estate, it has been restored to its former glory whilst furnished for tomorrow’s traveller.”
The Elite Hotels Group consists of four properties across the country, including Luton Hoo, Ashdown Park and The Grand in Eastbourne.