Dormy House hotel joins Small Luxury Hotels of the World

17 December 2013 by
Dormy House hotel joins Small Luxury Hotels of the World

Dormy House, the 40-bedroom Cotswolds hotel that re-opened in the summer following the completion of the initial stages of a £10m refurbishment, has joined the Small Luxury Hotels of the World (SLH) sales and marketing consortium.

The hotel, which is part of the Farncombe Estate, owned by the Philip-Sorensen family, reopened in the summer with new interiors by Todhunter Earle and two new restaurants - the Potting Shed and the Garden Room - overseen by head chef Paul Napper.

The opening of the House Spa, which will feature six treatment rooms and a 16m infinity pool, in February 2014 will complete the new look property, which dates back to the 17th century.

Andrew Grahame, chief executive of Dormy House, said that joining SLH was a "great honour" for the team and endorsed the hotel's strong values as an independent property.

SLH currently has 520 hotels across 70 countries, including 35 in the UK.

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