Manor Hotel ploughs £500k into property makeover

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Bridgewood Manor Hotel and Spa has unveiled its new look following a £500k investment into a refurbishment.

The 100-bedroom hotel in Kent, which is operated by RBH, has ploughed money into transforming its public areas and bedrooms, as well as updating Squire’s Bar with upcycled furniture, flooring and artwork.

New furniture and fittings have been introduced in the reception and lobby spaces, while bedrooms have been revamped with feature wallpaper, lighting and curtains.

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Marc Taylor, general manager at Bridgewood Manor, said: “This has been a hugely exciting project for everyone involved and the results speak for themselves. What we’ve managed to achieve is a more contemporary feel that stays true to our manor routes.

“Early feedback has been very positive and we’re looking forward to welcoming more visitors to enjoy these fantastic new spaces.”

Bridgewood Manor Hotel and Spa also comprises a restaurant and function spaces, as well as a spa and health club.

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  1. Hi
    There are many articles like this which highlight the great design used but never mention the designer. Do you know who handled the design work for this project?

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