Monkey Island Estate in Bray-on-Thames, part of YTL Hotels, has announced the launch of six private residences for 2020.
The 41-bedroom hotel, which opened in early 2019, has relaunched its luxury residences dotted around the estate, with guests able to benefit from discounts in the dining room and spa at the hotel during their stay.
Each has been named to reflect their individual characters with Long White Cloud, Brook House, Sundial Cottage, Bray House, Dormer Cottage, Lavender House, making up the collection.
The residences are stepped in history and boast up to four bedrooms, with self-catering facilities to encourage the long-stay guest.
Monkey Island Estate, which has a colourful history dating back 800 years, was acquired by YTL Corporation in May 2015, and underwent a multi-million renovation, with general manager Lee Kelly overseeing the development.
The 38 bedrooms and three deluxe suites have been designed by New York-based Champalimaud Design.
The hotel is also home to a Floating Spa, situated on its own made barge.