The Westleton Crown unveils lockdown renovation

UK: The Westleton Crown, part of the Chestnut Group, has completed a refurbishment of the 34-bedroom property which takes inspiration from the local wildlife and landscape of the Suffolk coast.

Heather, gorse, sand, sea, wild fowl and natural woods are reflected in the design, along with traditional features such as fireplaces and exposed brickwork.

Most of the shared spaces including a bar, restaurant and garden room have had a makeover, and all 34-ensuite rooms have been refurbished. New two-storey family duplex rooms have also been added to the offering.

Phillip Turner, founder of Chestnut, said: “We have taken the opportunity throughout lockdown to bring our vision for The Westleton Crown to life. We wanted to create a venue that celebrates the wonderful scenery and wildlife that surrounds the property and with a lot of people deciding to take their holidays in the UK this year, it felt like the perfect time to provide an environment to escape and relax.”

Chesnut’s collection of pubs, inns and restaurants include The Packhorse Inn in Moulton, The Rupert Brooke in Grantchester, The Northgate in Bury St. Edmunds, The Black Lion in Long Melford, The Westleton Crown in Westleton, The Ship at Dunwich, The Eight Bells in Saffron Walden, The Weeping Willow in Barrow, The Three Blackbirds in Woodditton, The Crown in Stoke-by-Nayland and The Globe Inn, in Wells Next-the-Sea, Norfolk.

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