Lygon Arms undergoes final chapter of multimillion pound renovation


Broadway’s The Lygon Arms is embarking on the final chapter of a multimillion pound transformation, which will see new bedrooms and two new restaurants unveiled in the autumn.

The hotel, which was purchased by London & Regional Properties owner of Chewton Glen and Cliveden in February last year, has been renovated to include 86 newly-designed bedrooms, a refreshed spa and the launch of two new culinary experiences; Lygon Bar and Grill and Lygon Wine Bar.

The 16th century coaching inn has been redesigned by Anita Rosato Interior Design with the new bedroom stock including three one-of-a-kind luxury suites and six courtyard suites, inspired by past guests such as King Charles I.

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Soon to open will be The Lygon Bar & Grill, which will concentrate on seasonality and offering British food in a relaxed setting when it opens this month.

The Mediterranean-inspired Lygon Wine Bar, debuting mid-July, will boast a fine selection of European and international wines, complimented by light Italian dishes.

The hotel will also unveil the new Lygon Spa, plus redesigned public areas.

“It is with great pleasure that we enter the final phase of this monumental refurbishment of The Lygon Arms, to unveil an exciting new chapter in the property’s grand history,” says general manager Graeme Nesbitt. “Our team has worked alongside the best talent to create a vision that celebrates and brings to life the property’s charm and long-standing heritage, and above all, ensures our guest experience is truly memorable.”

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