De Vere Tortworth Court is gearing up to unveil its sparkling new look following a £5m renovation.
The Victorian Grade-II listed mansion house in Gloucestershire has been given a complete revamp, which as seen 11 new suites added and a new restaurant open.
The project has brought the number of bedrooms in the main house to 55 and totalled 201 across the whole property.
The refurbishment has preserved many of the building’s original features, while adding touches of ‘modern countryside charm’.
Soon to be launched, 1853 Restaurant will welcome guests from August 2017.
Originally a church within the mansion house, the refreshed restaurant will serve locally sourced, seasonal British dishes.
In the former library a new specialist Whisky bar, has also been created.
A new gym has been designed, while the fully-refurbished Peel Spa offers six new treatment rooms, an existing indoor pool, sauna, steam room, as well as the introduction of a boot room which will provide complimentary Hunter wellies for guests to explore the grounds.
Mark Payne, general manager at De Vere Tortworth Court commented: “The mansion house and the grounds provided us with a stunning base in which to enhance an existing beautiful product. The new-look hotel is one that I am very proud to welcome guests into and the introduction of large suites allows guests to indulge and live some of the grandeur that the original Earls would have enjoyed.”
De Vere Tortworth Court is also home to 10 meetings and events spaces, eight of which are new additions.
The completion of De Vere Tortworth Court’s refurbishment marks another important milestone in De Vere’s wider multi-million-pound country estate hotel renovation project.
Earlier this month De Vere Latimer Estate completed its £7m renovation.