Stanley House rooms get five-figure refurb

The award-winning Stanley House Hotel and Spa, Mellor, has unveiled the second part of its five-figure renovation project.

The investment includes an extensive refurbishment of the multi-purpose function rooms, The Stables and The Lodge, while the hotel’s bridal suites and a further two Manor House bedrooms have undergone complete transformation, offering guests four elegant Manor House suites.

Philip Wharton, general manager, commented: “Stanley House has become a premier wedding and events venue since we opened 13 years ago but it’s vital we keep investing and improving. The rooms complement the world-class facilities we have added to Stanley House over the past few years, with the modern scheme very much designed in line with guest and bride wishes, highlighting our commitment to our customers.

“With revitalised bridal suites and function rooms, the investment reaffirms that Stanley House truly is a destination of choice in the North. We’ve given guided tours to our forthcoming brides and grooms and we’re proud to see the joy on their faces.”

The project has been led by Lake District-based interior designer, Sarah Jane Nielsen, renowned for work at the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in London’s Mayfair. Her hotel portfolio, includes the creation of the Spa lodges and Gilpin Spice at the Lake District’s Gilpin Lodge. This work gained national recognition, winning the prize for ‘Hotel Interiors’ at the United Kingdom Property Awards 2016-17. Bride and grooms to be will get to take in the newly renovated function suites at the upcoming wedding open day on Sunday, September 17, seeing how the room could look on their big day, while the completed bedrooms will also be available for guests to view.