Harry Murray leaves Lucknam Park
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Harry Murray leaves Lucknam Park

UK: Chairman of Lucknam Park Hotel & Spa, Harry Murray, has stepped down from his role following 25 years of service. 31 December 2021 marked Murray’s final day in the role. He was first appointed managing director in 1997 and has since helped to develop the property from AA Four

Get ready for the silver tsunami
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Get ready for the silver tsunami

Dina Soliman-Pedersen of BrandFull looks at the rise of senior living – and a young form of hospitality. • Becoming of age Prince Philip, the late Duke of Edinburgh, and the Queen’s husband of 74 years passed away recently, just two months short of his 100th birthday. Reaching 100 is

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Luxury hotel Haycock Manor to open this June

UK: Located in the village of Wansford-in-England in Cambridgeshire, Haycock Manor Hotel will launch on 22 June following restoration of the Grade II-listed building. The first phase of the opening will see its 49 bedrooms unveiling alongside two restaurants as well as a bar and lounge.  Bedrooms are divided into

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Whatley Manor chef named Michelin Young Chef 2018

UK: The executive chef at luxury hotel Whatley Manor has been awarded the title of Michelin Young Chef 2018 Niall Keating, the executive chef at luxury hotel Whatley Manor, has been named Michelin Young Chef 2018. Keating, who earned the restaurant at Whatley Manor a Michelin star in October 2017,

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Historic guestbook to take centre stage in refurbishment

UK: Historical guestbook to take pride of place in Fishers Hotel refurbishment A guestbook that counts former Prime Minister William Gladstone and philanthropist Andrew Carneagie among its famous entrants will take centre stage at Fishers Hotel, Pitlochry as the hotel’s £2million refurbishment nears completion. The entries into the guestbook date

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London calling: Boutique and Lifestyle Hotel Summit review

Elizabeth Mistry reports from this year’s Boutique Hotel and Lifestyle Summit. Elizabeth Mistry reports from this year’s Boutique Hotel and Lifestyle Summit Uncertainty over Brexit, competition for sites, the enduring appeal of Manchester and Amsterdam – and the issue of branding properties – or not – were all hotly debated