Dormy House unveils ‘eccentric and eclectic’ new suite The Studio complete with music den


Dormy House in the Cotswolds has unveiled a new suite, The Studio, which has been designed by co-owner and design director at the Farncombe Estate, Nette Reynolds.

The Studio takes the total number of suites at the property to 11 and has been designed with ‘hallmarks of modern Scandinavian design’, as well as a ‘slightly more eccentric and eclectic style’.

The Studio also comes with its own curated Vinyl collection, turntable and sound system by Project. There is also a new music den that is a first for the hotel.

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At 980 sq ft, The Studio is now the largest suite at Dormy House, and features textures, patterns and one-off furniture pieces with a colour palette of cream, taupe and biscuit shades alongside green tones and natural materials.

In addition to its fully equipped music den, the suite features technology including a 4K 65” flatscreen Samsung smart TV in the lounge and one in the bedroom; free wifi; and Nespresso coffee machine. 

Stephen Browning, general manager, Dormy House, who was appointed in December last year, comments: “The launch of The Studio marks another milestone in the continued success of Dormy House and further strengthens its reputation as one of the UK’s best countryside hotels. We now have a total of 11 suites here at Dormy and all are extremely popular with our guests, having been individually designed to provide the greatest levels of comfort, space and modern design.”

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