£750k investment pays off at Cockliffe Country House Hotel as wedding bookings rise 50%

Cockliffe House

A hotel in Nottinghamshire has seen a 50% rise in its wedding bookings after a recent investment into event space at the property.

Cockliffe Country House Hotel, owned by Heritage Estates, built a new 2,400 sq ft open space as part of a £750k renovation programme at the former 17th century former farmhouse.

Now wedding bookings are coming in thick and fast, double the amount compared to the previous year.

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The 11-bedroom hotel began its refurbishment last February and as a result, room bookings have also grow by 25% since the venue was transformed.

Reservations at the restaurant at Cockliffe Country House Hotel have also increased by 100% compared to last year.

Director Jon-Paul Davies said: “We’re thrilled to see that our hard work has paid off, and how happy our venue is making those who visit it. We knew we had to create something beautiful, whilst also paying homage to the hotel’s heritage and original features.

“The new space is perfect for weddings – reflected in the increase in happy brides and grooms-to-be – but other events such as conferences or special celebrations can also be hosted in this wonderful space.”

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