Flat Cap Hotels ramps up expansion with addition of 12 new suites across two sites

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Flat Cap Hotels, a family-owned boutique hotel collection in Cheshire, has launched 12 new suites across its venues in Knutsford and Prestbury.

The Courthouse and The Bridge each opened six new suites last month in a bid to provide a ‘home away from home’ experience at the two venues owned and operated by brothers Dominic and Oliver Heywood who run Flat Cap Hotels.

The Courthouse, situated in Knutsford, is a Grade II listed 200-year-old heritage building, designed by famous architect, George Moneypenny and originally the Knutsford Crown Court.

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The property launched as The Courthouse boutique hotel in 2017.

The six new suites takes the total room count at the hotel to nine.

The Bridge in Prestbury is a Grade-II listed country pub comprising 23 bedrooms and the six new suites divided between the half-timbered part of the building and the Whiteside Wing.

The hotel was repositioned as a food-led four-star destination earlier this year, with a 75-cover restaurant, bar, coffee shop and lounge with garden terrace.

The Flat Cap portfolio comprises of The Courthouse in Knutsford, The Bridge in Prestbury and the first property in the group, The Vicarage in Holmes Chapel, which launched in 2015.

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