“Noted architects, Feilden Clegg Bradley spent nearly four years turning the 19th-century regal, redbrick building into a fabulous contemporary space. Original Edwardian features complement the modern indoor-outdoor pool, an extensive spa and stunning theatre kitchen restaurant. Public spaces feel airy and relaxed, with expansive views onto the garden. Food is fuss free and simple and offers daily changing menus. An influx of leisure guests at the weekend give this unique hotel a sense of fun and character. ”
Written by HG Staff
The hotel’s general manager, Fiona Moores, is a real star, who brings Irish warmth as well as efficiency and commitment.
Originally published by The Telegraph (view article)
Technology in the 59 bedrooms is pretty high-spec, with iPads to control the speakers in the bathroom and mood lighting. Each room is slightly different, but they're all sleek and minimalist, with natural oak floors, super-comfortable platform beds and muted-patterned wallpaper.
Originally published by Conde Nast Traveller (view article)