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£1 million revamp for Cheltenham hotel

A £1 million makeover of a 16th century manor house hotel in Cheltenham is underway.

Renovation of The Greenway Hotel & Spa in Shurdington will see new life breathed into all 21 bedrooms. Each room will be individually styled around features, including existing fireplaces and timber beams, and blended with new colour schemes.

Floor layouts will be carefully redesigned to maximise space and create larger bathrooms for guests, adding feature showers and freestanding baths.

The Eden Hotel Collection, which owns the boutique four-star hotel, is carrying out the refurbishment in stages to ensure the hotel remains open to guests, with final completion expected in January 2023.

Lucy Yarwood, interior designer at The Eden Hotel Collection, said: "We are really thrilled to finally start this work. The key for me has been about creating spaces which are warm and inviting for our guests, and makING the best of the charming features in each room.

"Both the bedrooms and the bathrooms are being completely refurbished with vibrant schemes and an opulent design, which will enhance guests' experiences. I am certain our guests will love the new look and feel."

The Greenway's Elan Spa will remain open as normal for spa days and treatments to hotel residents and non-residents throughout the works, while the Spa Café will also remain open as usual to spa day guests.

The Garden Room restaurant will also remain open for dinner as normal for hotel residents and non-residents.

Builtec Developments Limited, based in Leamington Spa in Warwickshire, has been awarded the contract for the refurbishment programme.

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