Gloucestershire hotel unveils stunning new £1 million makeover

After four months of renovations, a popular 16th century manor house hotel in Cheltenham has revealed its 21 beautifully revamped bedrooms.

By Sarah Kent  |  Published

After an injection of £1.2 million and months of renovations, the much-loved Greenway Hotel and Spa, on the outskirts of Cheltenham, has reopened its sumptuous new bedrooms.

Set in eight acres of Shurdington countryside and with a rich 400-year history, the vision of the design team was to reflect the beautiful rural setting and enhance the character of the original features, bringing together a luxurious and timeless look.

Each of the 21 bedrooms has been refreshed with a different style and colour palette, with inspiration taken from the period features in each room and layouts tweaked to create more space and bigger bathrooms. 

Design highlights include marble panelling, rolltop baths and bespoke joinery. The team also worked with artisan craftspeople and local suppliers, including Warwick Fabrics, based in Hardwicke in Gloucester.

Interior designer, Lucy Yarwood, said: 'We’ve taken a lot of inspiration from the building itself and married that with the surroundings, the beautiful grounds and the rolling Cotswolds hills. Each room is different, which makes it really exciting when people walk in.'

The Greenway Hotel and Spa, which is owned by The Eden Hotel Collection, also houses the popular Elan Spa, a firm favourite for a decadent pamper.

For more information, see the Greenway Hotel and Spa

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