Calcot Collection refreshes The Village Pub with contemporary new bedrooms


The Calcot Collection has unveiled a refurbishment of the six boutique bedrooms at The Village Pub in Barnsley.

The hotel group, which consists of Calcot Manor, Lord Crewe Arms and The Village Pub’s sister property, Barnsley House, are bidding to strengthen the position of the ‘posh pub with rooms’ with its refreshed new look.

The design is a creative collaboration between The Calcot Collection’s lead interior designer Nicky Farquhar and Caroline Todhunter.

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The six bedrooms all feature the ‘beehive’ mini bar, retro Roberts radios, Pooky angle-posied lamps, bamboo side chairs, lambswool rugs from Scottish brand ‘Moon’, chunky wooden oval mirrors and quirky coat-hooks.

There are also individual touches such as wallpaper with a dragonfly motif by Jennifer Shorto, distinctive headboards created with Lewis & Wood fabrics in smoky-blues, sage, coffee and coral colours and an end of bed stool by Rowen & Wren.

This is the second time that Nicky and Caroline have worked closely together on a Calcot Collection project, having teamed up last spring to breathe new life into the six rooms in The Stables and The Secret Garden Suite at the 18-bedroom Barnsley House hotel.

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