This Month in Premier Hospitality 10.1
Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.
In this month’s issue we step into Grantley Hall; we check out the Roe Deer; and we unveil The Hendrick.
Located at the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, near Ripon, Grantley Hall is tipped to be one of the UK’s most remarkable luxury hotels following its opening in early summer.
The historic Grade II* listed property, complete with a lake and English heritage Japanese garden, underwent a full restoration and extension prior to its opening.
The multimillion pound restoration project, overseen by owners the Yorkshire-based Sykes family, has seen Grantley Hall return to its former glory, offering a relaxed luxury hotel and wellness retreat with 47 exquisite rooms and suites, as well as an extensive and diverse range of dining options.
Brunning and Price is turning Lawnswood House into The Roe Deer pub. The building has high ceilings and huge casement windows that ensure rooms are flooded with natural light from the ancient gardens surrounding the property. The building itself lends itself perfectly as a pub and now has a large bar in the heart of the space. Outside is a stone terrace to the front, which enjoys tremendous views of the grand old trees and the lawn and the fields beyond it.
Eye-catching, vibrant and themed around street art, The Hendrick is a distinctive new boutique hotel, just completed and located in the heart of Dublin’s cultural hub in Smithfield. Surrounded by some of the city’s top tourist attractions, this six-storey contemporary hotel boasts a dynamic café and bar area and 146 unique rooms.
The Hendrick’s art collection is particularly unique, celebrating the urban art-forms of graffiti and street art.
This extensive collection documents all eras of urban art, from the birth of letter-based graffiti and stencil street art up to the most progressive and avant garde movements of today.
With all this and more it’s time to sit back and tuck into another helping of Premier Hospitality. Go well!