The former Raithwaite Estate is to reopen on July 15 with a new name and brand identity, becoming known as Raithwaite Sandsend.
The rebrand marks the start of Raithwaite’s multi-million pound, planned renovation and development programme, which will continue into 2021.
The new name and brand makes reference to the iconic location of Sandsend Beach in Yorkshire.
Toby Hunter, owner of Raithwaite Sandsend commented “We are excited to re-open with the new branding in place and we look forward to sharing our extensive development and renovation programme shortly, which is due to commence from Q4 2020, and continue on into 2021.”
As part of the reopening, the site has also re-mastered the guest experience to adhere to new distancing rules and ensure guests feel confident about cleanliness and hygiene during their stay.
Raithwaite Sandsend comprises 73 bedrooms in total but only 64 will be available for the re-opening and pillows, duvets and linen will be quarantined for 72 hours in designated rooms. The restaurant, conservatory and bar areas have been adapted to respect the social distancing guidelines and the restaurant capacity has been reduced to 60%.