Two years on from the acquisition of Callow Hall Country House Hotel in Derbyshire, Hive Hotel Group has teased the relaunch of the luxury hotel for this spring.
The hotel, which has been honouring bookings but is closed to the general public, is currently undergoing a multi-million pound renovation and has just been given planning consent to build a boost the project.
Derbyshire Dales District Council has given developers the green light to add a garden room to the rear of Callow Hall as part of the £3.5m investment pledged by Hive Hotels upon acquisition of the property.
The renovation project is now in full swing, with the firm saying the hotel is on course to relaunch this year.
The hall is set within 35 acres of private gardens and mature woodland where Hive Hotel Group also hatched plans to build self-catering accommodation.
It comprises 16 bedrooms and four suites.
Callow Hall opened as a hotel in 1982 and for 26 years it was run by the Spencer family until it was sold to Von Essen Hotels.
It then changed hands again in 2011 before Hive Hotel Group bought the property in 2018 for £2m.