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Third hotel opens on Farncombe Estate

08 June 2015 by
Third hotel opens on Farncombe Estate


Located within the 400-acre estate, the Fish will sit alongside the four-star Dormy House and five-star Foxhills Manor. Room rates at the 43-bedroom Fish start at £125 a night, compared with the £240 starting price at the 38-bedroom Dormy House and £295 rate at the eight-bedroom Foxhill Manor, which opened in March.

The Fish has been designed in a contemporary rustic style, with rooms spread throughout three refurbished buildings, the Farmhouse, the Outhouse and the Stables. The Lodge restaurant and bar offers a British seasonal menu overseen by head chef Mark Coleman and served in a gastro-buffet style. Room service is delivered in tiffin tins and includes curry and stew dishes. There are also meetings facilities for up to 120 delegates.

Farncombe Estates' chief executive Andrew Grahame said: "The opening of the Fish is another significant milestone for Farncombe…This addition will not only enable us to reach more leisure and corporate guests, but also serves to demonstrate that price doesn't have to mean compromising on style and service."

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