Bedfordshire-based The Woburn Hotel has introduced a new dining opportunity in a bid to capture a wider audience.
The hotel’s mulit-award-winning restaurant Olivier’s has now re-launched with an updated look and a new Repton Room for casual dining.
Now offering 65 covers, Olivier’s and The Repton Room’s overhaul provides guests with a new dining experience.
The Repton Room was inspired by the 18th century landscape gardener Humphry Repton, whose bicentenary is celebrated in a new exhibition at the nearby Woburn Abbey.
The room is framed by a contemporary portrait of Repton, made using small leaves in red leather, and complemented by a bespoke marble-topped counter, antler wall mounts, mirrors and chandeliers.
Working with a number of regional suppliers, including Trevillion Interiors, Bowdler Contractors Ltd, CJ Bricknall & Co Ltd and Allen & Son Electrical & Mechanical Contractors, the restaurant makeover marks the final stage of an extensive hotel renovation of the bedrooms, bar and reception area providing a unique and luxurious hotel in Bedfordshire.