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Bespoke to manage Frogmill hotel in Cheltenham

18 February 2011 by
Bespoke to manage Frogmill hotel in Cheltenham

The 29-bedroom Frogmill hotel in Cheltenham will reopen next month as the latest property to be operated by Bespoke Hotels.

Formerly operated by Niche Hotels, the hotel has recently been bought by an anonymous investment consortium.

The new general manager is Oliver Cook and head chef is Adam Murray, both who previously worked at the Bath Spa hotel.

"We are delighted to have added the Frogmill to our Bespoke Hotel portfolio," said Robin Sheppard, chairman of Bespoke Hotels Group.

"The hotel is the perfect country getaway in an idyllic location and we look forward to establishing the Bespoke warm welcome, exceptional service and food and a little touch of individuality to enhance the Frogmill experience at every opportunity."

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