Luxury Cheshire village hotel unveils plans for major £850,000 refurb
De Vere Cranage Estate will undergo a transformation.
A luxury hotel in Cheshire has announced a huge £850,000 refurbishment in a bid to upgrade the popular venue. The Grade II-listed De Vere Cranage Estate will undergo a transformation which is due to be completed in March 2023.
It will include an update to 25 of its deluxe bedrooms, of which five will be turned into interconnecting family rooms. The corridors will also be 'refreshed' with a 'contemporary colour palette', new carpets and selected artwork featuring the hotel's history as well as its countryside setting.
The bedrooms and en-suites will be redecorated and styled in a bid to 'bring them in line with De Vere’s distinctly British aesthetic'. Each bedroom blends a heritage colour palette of muted greens, taupe, and cream with tan accents throughout.
They feature luxurious facilities like fluffy robes and slippers, classic Roberts radios, Penhaligon’s toiletries and smart TVs. The gym will also be redecorated, with new Technogym equipment installed.
And it will also be able to accommodate electric vehicles following the revamp. Six electric chargers will be installed in the car park, that will be suitable for all models.
Richard Morrell, general manager at De Vere Cranage Estate, commented, “We’re thrilled that works have started on the hotel’s transformation.
"The refurbishment will offer our guests new state-of-the-art facilities, whilst celebrating the hotel’s rich history and character. We’re looking forward to our guests experiencing the refreshed look and feel of the hotel.”
De Vere Cranage Estate is located north of Holmes Chapel, just off the A50, with close connections to the M6 and Manchester city centre via rail.