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Tewkesbury Park unveils new events space

Tewkesbury Park has unveiled its new events space, the Cotswolds Suite.

The £3 million suite at the Tewkesbury hotel has been designed specifically for weddings and events. Accommodating up to 200 guests, it can also be subdivided into three equal sections.

The hotel has also added a wood-fired pizza bar and barbecue to the terrace outside the Cotswolds Suite.

Patrick Jones, general manager, said: "We are thrilled with the results. The hotel has undergone a complete renaissance and has been brought back to the magnificent property it once was. With the addition of the Cotswolds Suite, we are now the perfect wedding and events venue."

The completion of the Cotswolds Suite brings the total investment in the hotel to £9 million. This follows last year's extensive renovation, which resulted in the addition of nine luxury historic suites, two spa rooms, two meeting rooms, an orangery and a cocktail lounge. The health club, guest rooms, main foyer and reception were all completely refurbished.

Childs+Sulzmann Architects designed the new suite. Their experience in the commercial development of country house properties means the Cotswolds Suite's contemporary structure complements the original building's traditional structure.

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