Hillbrooke Hotels appoints new MD

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Hillbrooke Hotels has appointed Paul Brown as its new Managing Director.

Brown previously acted as Operations Director for Hillbrooke Hotels for more than 10 years, but his most recent role was as Regional Director for Bespoke Hotels – the UK’s largest independent hotel group – where he was responsible for several high profile properties within the brand’s collection.

Brown has more than 18 years’ experience of running four- and five-star establishments across the UK, from luxury boutique hotels to larger branded chains.

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His managerial career started at the Victoria at Holkham, often thought of as one of the first ‘boutique’ hotels in the country.

Brown commented: “It’s a privilege to be back working with Hillbrooke hotels and its fantastic team, all of whom have worked so hard to steady the ship during the pandemic.

“Almost everyone appreciates the difficulties that the hospitality industry has faced in the last 18 months to two years, and the impact has been obvious. However, Hillbrooke is in a very strong position with four great hotels, great staff and a healthy dose of optimism for the future.

“Our focus over the coming months will be to create a positive culture where we can kill the acceptance of averageness and re-establish the basic art of hospitality in an uncomplicated way.”

The Hillbrooke Hotels collection has locations in both the New Forest and Lincolnshire..

Spot in the Woods and The Master Builder’s are located in the heart of the New Forest countryside, while The Bull & Swan and The William Cecil are both located in Stamford, Lincolnshire.

Each hotel offers home sourced, simple and seasonal menus, while all the bedrooms are individually designed.

The William Cecil is found within the Burghley Estate, the centrepiece of which is Burghley House, which is one of the foremost Treasure Houses in the UK.

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