UK: Part of the Farncombe Estate in the Cotswolds, The Fish has introduced five additional accommodations spread around the grounds of the hotel.
The Fish is already home to a selection of room offerings including five Hilly Huts, five Hideaway Huts, three treehouses and a variety of rooms and suites.
Each of the new Hideaway Huts sleeps two adults and feature a double bed, roll top bath, en suite bathroom with shower, lounge area with log burner and an outside private hot tub.
Interior designer Jane Skane-Davis selected the fabrics and furnishings. Cotton, linen and woollen textiles are from Zoe Glencross, Romo Lts and Linwood Fabrics; Tom Raffield supplied the wooden lighting; bedroom throws by Weaver Green; and artwork by illustrator Anna Wright. Individual huts will each have a different wallpaper by Abigail Edwards.
Hook, the seafood-inspired restaurant, sits in the main lodge and is overseen by head chef David Hall. The restaurant has a terrace for alfresco dining in the summer season.
The hotel also provides boots for loan, maps for the area and walking equipment. A designated boot room has been designed in conjunction with The Original Muck Boot Company.
Other amenities on site include an eight-obstacle dog agility course and a kids play area.
The Farncombe Estate comprises three hotels: The Fish, Dormy House and Foxhill Manor.