Stanley House Hotel and Spa completes transformational five-figure investment

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Stanley House Hotel and Spa, Mellor, has unveiled the second part of its five-figure renovation project.

The investment at the Grade-II listed property in Lancashire includes an extensive refurbishment of the multi-purpose function rooms, The Stables and The Lodge, while the hotel’s bridal suites and a further two Manor House bedrooms have undergone complete transformations.

The two function rooms have been given a new light, soft, colour scheme, while the bar’s seating area boasts horse print upholstery velvet from Mulberry Home.

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The rooms have had a ‘tasteful’ redecoration, with many of the building’s original features – enchanting wooden beams and exposed stonework – remaining.

The project has been led by Lake District-based interior designer, Sarah Jane Nielsen, whose hotel portfolio, includes the creation of the spa lodges and Gilpin Spice at the Lake District’s Gilpin Lodge.

Philip Wharton, general manager, commented: “Stanley House has become a premier wedding and events venue since we opened 13 years ago but it’s vital we keep investing and improving. The rooms complement the world-class facilities we have added to Stanley House over the past few years, with the modern scheme very much designed in line with guest and bride wishes, highlighting our commitment to our customers.”

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