Bristol property entrepreneurs reopen closed hotel after major refurb


A hotel near Weston super Mare has reopened after under new ownership following a major refurbishment.

The Grange, owned by Bristol property entrepreneurs Mike and Sally Zamparelli, opened its doors last week after a four-month renovation which saw its interiors and facilities given a complete makeover.

Formerly The Battleborough Grange, the hotel has been given a new roof, new bar and its 26 bedrooms upgraded with a new look.

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Head chef Gary Dallas, who previously worked for the Royal Family, has been brought up to head up the kitchen and Barn restaurant.  

“We have completed a substantial four-month refurbishment of the hotel, introducing a new look and feel that makes The Grange ideal for hotel stays and special functions,” Mike told at the opening evening last week.

Brother and sister Guido and Danniella Zamparelli are managing the new-look hotel.

Danniella, who has previously worked in hospitality, adds: “It’s an exciting new venture for us after a busy few months completing the renovations.”

The Battleborough Grange closed suddenly in August 2017 and went on the market soon after.

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