Guy Hollaway Interiors were commissioned to completely overhaul, renovate and convert this Grade II Listed building from a rundown village pub into a 5-star boutique Hotel and destination restaurant that sensitively addressed the historical character of the building and re-invigorated the local pub back into the heart of the village.
A key challenge for us was to ensure that the buildings historical character was preserved, whilst delivering a restaurant suitable for Michelin quality fine dining in a contemporary and comfortable setting.
The ground floor interior layout and scheme was carefully designed to open up the space which allowed existing features of the Listed Building to be lovingly highlighted. Great attention was given to the colour pallet of the soft furnishings, furniture and wall finishes to create an interior setting which complimented the features of the building as well as producing a comfortable setting for the diners. The building's character is further enhanced by bringing modern and antique elements together to create a unique style.
The hotel's five rooms each exhibit a distinctive identity, achieved through the careful use of a different colour and fabric for each. This personality extends to the selection of furniture to create characters ranging from 'new baroque' to 'country lodge'.