Worcestershire boutique hotel Hogarths Stone Manor has unveiled the results of its multi-million pound redevelopment, which was supported by funding from the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
The refurbishment as seen upgrades made to its 56 en-suite bedrooms, reception area, lounge, bar and restaurant. A new outdoor ceremony area for weddings was also created in the grounds of the hotel.
Hotel Designs Meet-Up attendees Trevillion Interiors was appointed to undertake the design work required for the hotel’s makeover.
Originally a private members club some fifty years ago and the first to have a swimming pool in the borough, it was acquired in 2015 by Helena and Andy Hogarth who also own the Four Ashes restaurant.
Helena Hogarth said: “We are delighted with the results of the refurbishment and that all of the work has now completed. The hotel has been completely transformed and has a really luxurious yet comfortable feel to it.
“Feedback from visitors has already been extremely positive and we are confident that it will enable us to continue to attract new guests and increase the venue’s appeal for weddings and other celebrations,” she added.