Malvern hotel completes five year refurbishment

Malvern hotel completes five year refurbishment

[Credit: The Cottage in the Wood Malvern]

UK: A five year, £2 million refurbishment at The Cottage in the Wood Malvern has been completed.

The hotel’s 32 bedrooms, spread across three separate buildings, have been individually designed. They come with freestanding bathtubs, king sized beds, Bramley toiletries, and in selected rooms a record player with a collection of vinyls.

Over in the Main House, a brand new £105,000 kitchen will be led by head chef Rob Mason. The 2AA+ Rosette venue now features an additional 25-seat covered terrace.

Nelson Design has overseen the property’s transformation.

Nick Davies, owner of The Cottage in the Wood Malvern, said: “When acquiring The Cottage in the Wood Malvern in 2015, we immediately began our refurbishment programme with one goal in mind – to create a space where guests want to return time and time again for good food, deep natural sleep and dramatic views. 

“Despite the challenging time for the hospitality industry, we have continued to strive ahead with our development programme, and we are excited to welcome guests to the completed hotel in 2022.”

The refurbishment has been delivered in three stages. £2.1 million in funding was secured in 2019 from the Cumberland Building Society as the second stage neared completion.

The cash injection enabled phase three of the programme to be completed two years ahead of schedule.

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