UK: Billesley Manor, a 72-key country house hotel in Warwickshire, has completed the first phase of its renovation, ahead of further work next year.
The hotel near Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire, has spent £1 million on refurbishing its Topiary wedding suite and a further £1.5 million on its barn, bedrooms and spa areas, including a new reception area. Phase two is set to take place next spring, when a further 35 bedrooms will be renovated.
The Grade II-listed 16th-century manor was put on the market in April 2016 as part of Lone Star’s 10-strong hotel collection, marketed with a guide price in excess of £8 million. It was sold in 2017 to Mohit Burman and Shashank Bhagat, and is managed by Bespoke Hotels.
Jo Reeves, sales and marketing director at Billesley Manor, said: “We are thrilled with the first phase of refurbishments and we cannot wait to welcome lots of newly engaged couples through the door for a tour of our gorgeous new wedding suite. The bedrooms also look stunning and we can’t wait for the rest of the bedrooms to be redone to follow suit.”