The four-star Five Arrows boutique hotel on the Waddesdon Estate in Buckinghamshire has reopened after a design overhaul and a refresh of its food and beverage concepts.
The Arts and Crafts hotel, which is part of the historic estate owned by the Rothschild family, has relaunched with remodelled interiors, including a new-look bar, snug and dining area, designed for ‘destination dining’.
The Five Arrows has also unveiled new food concepts with a ‘renewed focus’ on ingredients sourced from the Waddesdon estate, including produce from the Rothschild Walled Garden, Eythrope, alongside goods from a host of local farmers, producers and artisans.
Charles Morgan, hotel and events general manager, commented: “Our aim at the Five Arrows is to take this renewed dining concept and these outstanding Rothschild wines and create something that is both incredibly special, yet highly accessible.
“The space has been re-imagined to create a warm country pub feel, with new snug spaces next to our fires and wood burner, and an informal bar area to enjoy a drink or two with friends and loved ones.”
The Five Arrows team will also be developing a series of events throughout the year, ranging from gin and wine tastings, to special seasonal menus, live music and summer barbecues.
The Grade-II listed building, which sits at the gates of Waddesdon Manor, was initially built in the late 1880s to accommodate the architects, craftsmen and artisans working on the Manor itself.
It is now home to a 2 AA Rosette restaurant and 16 bedrooms.
Its name is derived from the Rothschild family emblem of a shield surmounted by five arrows, pointing upward and tied with a ribbon.