Barnett Hill has unveiled its new bar as part of an extensive two-year renovation project to transform the property into a luxury hotel and wedding venue.
The four-star hotel, which is part of Alexander Hotels’ portfolio, has been undergoing an upgrade since September 2016 since being acquired by the group headed up by Peter and Deborah Hinchliffe.
The Queen-Anne style country house on the edge of the Surrey Hills has now unveiled its new bar, marking the completion of the first phase of improvements and renovations at the property.
Peter Hinchcliffe, co-owner of Barnett Hill, said: “The hotel looks fantastic and has been totally transformed into a beautiful location for weddings, romantic getaways and weekends away. The new bar, and indeed all renovations over the past two years, add to the charm and historic style of the hotel as a whole.”
The new bar features a selection of the top gins from local Surrey distilleries; including Elstead Village, Brockmans, Silent Pool and The Village Spirit Collective, as well as a new design and seating.
Deborah Hinchcliffe, co-owner of Barnett Hill added: “Our beautiful hotel has come a long way since its days as a Red Cross hospital. Whilst the initial refurbishments have been completed, we still have plenty more plans and exciting changes on the horizon for the whole collection.”
Barnett Hill operates alongside the five-star Alexander House Hotel, four-red star Langshott Manor and four-star Rowhill Grange Hotel as part of the Alexander Hotels portfolio.
Great Fosters in Surrey was acquired in November 2018 as the fifth property in the group.