Independently-owned Warwickshire boutique hotel, Hampton Manor, has expanded into the self-catering sector with the unveiling of a new luxury cottage within its grounds.
The 15-bedroom hotel, which is run by managing director James Hill, has opened the new cottage that can sleep up to six guests in two double bedrooms and on a sofa bed in a separate room, spread over two floors.
There is also a large kitchen, with a breakfast room, sun room, living room, dining room and garden area with croquet lawn, sitting within the hotel’s 45 acres of land.
Built in the 1850s, the cottage was originally the Coachman’s house and stables, with the new design of the building spearheaded by creative director Fjona Hill.
Each design detail is an ode to Hampton Manor’s Arts and Crafts muse; William Morris.
Hill comments: “We’ve collaborated with craftspeople and hunted down antiques that hold a story of their own to create four unique tables to gather around in the cottage. Each table lends something different to the kind of conversations you want to have. The cottage’s layout provides different spaces to move in and out of, allowing you to change the energy and mood throughout the day. Hold animated conversations in the breakfast room, take a relaxed moment on the sofas, and then reflect over a late night dram in the sun room.”
Hampton Manor has been owned by the Hill family since 2008, with its 28-cover Peel’s restaurant awarded a Michelin star in 2016.