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Hotel launches new restaurant after extensive £10 million revamp

A county hotel has launched a new restaurant after a major renovation programme over four years costing almost £10 million.

Tewksbury Park has unveiled Mint, which has been luxuriously appointed by local interior designer, ADS Design, who has drawn upon the restaurant's name to create a fresh and bright décor.

With undertones of limes, peppermints and brilliant greens, the hotel says the name Mint has been chosen not only to highlight its refreshing stylish interior, but also to reflect the light and fresh cuisine which will be served.

A glass and antique brass balustrade overlooks the restaurant bringing a traditional touch to what is otherwise a contemporary feel. Clusters of fresh potted herbs peppered around the restaurant exude a fresh aroma and offer another nod to the restaurant's name.

The fresh food offering is directed by head chef Anuj Thakur, who works particularly closely with the seasons, and takes advantage of the finest ingredients from local producers.

Changing eight times a year, the menu will carry through the mint theme, but will feature the season's relevant herb, from "Winter Mint" featuring mint and sage, to "Early Summer Mint" with mint and lavender.

Patrick Jones, Tewkesbury Park general manager, said; "We're absolutely thrilled with the final results. The restaurant brings a fresh, yet trendy area that harmonises perfectly with the other spaces in the hotel. With the launch of Mint, we're confident it will put Tewkesbury on the epicurean map."

With the new restaurant, comes a brand-new brunch concept which will be available every Saturday and Sunday from 11.00am - 2.00pm.

Tewkesbury Park is set in 163 acres of undulating parkland and overlooks the famous site of the 1471 Battle of Tewkesbury.

The hotel's recently completed and extensive renovation includes the addition of nine luxury historic suites, two new spa rooms, two meeting rooms, an Orangery, a Cocktail Lounge and the Cotswolds Suite, an events suite - complete with a wood-fired pizza oven and terrace.

All other communal areas and leisure facilities have been completely refurbished.

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