Luxury five AA red-star boutique hotel Rockliffe Hall has revealed plans for a new ‘multi-functional parkland’ to be erected on site, which will be targeted towards entertaining the younger crowd, while still providing for the older guest.
Following months of planning and research, the hotel will transform one and half acres of land adjacent to the main hotel into its new offering, with planning now approved and work set to begin.
While specific details will be released in the coming weeks, the project will kick off in the next few weeks with the new facilities unveiled in the summer 2017.
The new plan is the latest in a string of investments into the resort to ensure it maintains its market position as one of the best in the country.
The Orangery restaurant has recently undergone refurbishment while other parts of the hotel will also see further improvements in the coming months, to follow on from the £1m Spa Garden which was launched at the end of 2015.
More details about the project, architects drawing and models will be revealed in March.
In the March edition of Boutique Hotelier, we sit down with chief executive of Rockliffe Hall Eamonn Elliott to uncover more about his ambitious plans and investment ideas.