Heythrop Park reopens following £40m renovation
Heythrop Park boasts an 18-hole championship course
The official reopening of Heythrop Park, the hotel and golf resort located near Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire, took place last week following the completion of a £40m renovation by owner Warner Hotels, which bought the property in 2018.
The 440-acre estate has undergone a complete transformation over the last four years, with the 300-year-old Grade II-listed baroque manor’s historic features having been fully restored, while the new-look venue now offers 337 bedrooms, six lounges, three restaurants, numerous bars, two theatres, and a spa and wellness centre.
Heythrop Park general manager Dean Saunders said: “It was truly special to celebrate Heythrop Park’s grand reopening. We’re so excited to welcome guests through the doors to experience our long-awaited biggest and boldest hotel yet.”The acquisition takes Warners’ hotel portfolio to 15 – 14 in England one in Wales – all of which are adults-only. Other flagship hotels owned by the company include the recently refurbished Studley Castle in Warwickshire, and The Runnymede in Windsor, which the group purchased in February this year.Among the new packages on offer to guests is a two-night stay with breakfast, a three-course dinner, free use of the spa and leisure facilities, from £189pp.
To find out more, visit warnerleisurehotels.co.uk/hotels/heythrop-park-hotel.
The Market Kitchen is one of three restaurants on offer
One of the main lounges in the renovated hotel
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