Bespoke Hotels adds five properties to its portfolio

15 May 2008 by
Bespoke Hotels adds five properties to its portfolio

Bespoke Hotels, operator of the private members club Home House in London, has added five new properties to its portfolio.

Bespoke will now manage Fredrick's Hotel Restaurant Spa in Maidenhead; Diglis House Hotel in Worcester; Fishponds House in Devon; Moore Place Hotel in Aspley Guise and Aberavon Beach in Swansea Bay.

The 34-room Frederick's Hotel Restaurant Spa will headed by Tim Spittles and also features a 3-AA rosette restaurant.

The 26-bedroom Diglis House Hotel is to be managed by Andrew Richardson and 63-room Moore Place by Andrea Paton.

Fishponds House will be managed by Martin Barratt and The Aberavon Beach Hotel by Bespoke's Stuart McManus.

Robin Sheppard managing director of Bespoke said the hotels had character and charm that would appeal to both business and leisure guests.

He said "the bespoke collection of both managed and marketed properties has grown rapidly over the past year and we are very pleased these five properties have come onboard."

Bespoke currently has 12 UK properties and was created in 2000 by Haydn Fentum and Robin Sheppard.

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By Gemma Sharkey

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