Down Hall Country House Hotel completes £1.5m revamp

19 December 2013 by
Down Hall Country House Hotel completes £1.5m revamp

Down Hall Country House Hotel, on the Hertfordshire and Essex border, has spent £1.5m on a major refurbishment, including all the hotel's 71 bedrooms and kitchen. <?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /?>

Over £200,000 of the budget was spent on the kitchen, while there has also been a revamp of the gymnasium, which now features Technogym exercise machines.

Aiming for "classic country house meets contemporary lifestyle", the décor has focused on country colours and a modern style, without losing the hotel's historical details or character.

Anna Snoep, director of sales and marketing at Down Hall Hotel, said: "The refurbishment has achieved our goal to further advance the hotel's position as a four star superior residential meeting and event venue."

With its main building dating back to 1322, the hotel is owned by Veladail Hotel Group and is a sister property of Flemings Hotel in Mayfair. It hit the news earlier this year after two guests were found to have drowned in the hotel pool.

Two found dead at Hertfordshire country house hotel >>

Hotel deaths consistent with drowning, provisional post mortem results show >>

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