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Transformation creates ‘vibrant new concept’ for Limestone Hotel & Restaurant in Dorset

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Independently-owned Limestone Hotel & Restaurant in Dorset has recently undergone a refurbishment that has seen its bedrooms and restaurant given a vibrant new look.

The hotel, near Durdle Door and Lulworth Cove, is owned by Edward and Daris Wilkes who have restyled the restaurant and its bedrooms to cater for a ‘growing number of visitors’.

The restaurant now boasts a colour palette of greens, pinks and purple inspired by the views surrounding the hotel, with the menu also given an overhaul by chefs Alain Berger and Kieren Button.

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New lighting, artwork and bathrooms have been installed in the bedrooms, with each one assigned a special feature and named accordingly.

The bar is now located in the restaurant and features a variety of local gin and vodkas

Daria Gordeeva-Wilkes, owner, Limestone Hotel & Restaurant: “We are so proud of our recent transformation and have been overwhelmed by the positive response from visitors and locals alike. We wanted to ensure that our bedrooms reflected our new vibrant concept but still remain a home from home. Relaxation and comfort are key for us but being able to do that in style is very inspiring. We have used raw, contemporary materials and reflected the rolling Dorset Hills where possible.”   

Limestone Hotel & Restaurant is part of the Petite Hotels group, which also includes Lyme Townhouse and Lulworth Lodge Hotel.

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