The Five Arrows at Waddesdon in Buckinghamshire will launch five new en-suite bedrooms on December 16, 2013.
In-keeping with the Rothschild family heritage and names of the 11 existing rooms, the five new rooms will be named after Rothschild wines – all of a South American variety: Mapu, Los Vascos, Almaviva, Escudo Rojo and Caro.
Situated above the newly-refurbished Old Coach House — part of the Grade-II listed building that used to hold the coaches for guests to the inn in the 19th Century — there will be three classic doubles and two deluxe Double guestrooms, with high ceilings and original beams exposed.
Designed by Winchester-based Design House International Ltd, the decor is described as ‘contemporary country’, with space will be individually designed in a natural palette of greys, greens and blues.
Soft furnishings such as headboards, throws, cushions and chairs feature fabrics from designers such as Harlequin, Sanderson, Design Forum, Designers Guild and Jane Churchill.
These will be complemented with crisp white bed linen, luxury duvets, feature mirrors, bespoke artwork, plus distressed paintwork bedside and dressing tables.
The walls will form a neutral backdrop using the Little Greene paint company’s Portland Stone colour way; while the natural hue of the ribbed wool carpet will further enhance the simple country decor.
All rooms will have smart TVs, bathroom with shower and bath, and tea and coffee making facilities, with rates starting at £105 for the classic room and £135 for the deluxe room, including full English breakfast.