Hotel refurbished as part of chain’s £7million project

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A hotel has undergone a massive make-over as part of a mumti-million redevelopment programme.

Flitwick Manor hotel has undergone a major restoration project as part of the hotel chain Menzies Hotels massive £7million redevelopment programme across a number of its sites.

Set in four acres of wooded parkland, the impressive Georgian manor has been sympathetically restored. Filled with fine antiques and stunning period features, the hotel now boasts a brand new look in all of its rooms.

Chairman Menzies Hotels Niall Geoghegan commented: “We’re delighted that works are complete on Flitwick Manor, the smallest hotel in the Menzies Hotels portfolio.”

Each of the individually designed 18 bedrooms have undergone a revamp, combining traditional charm with the contemporary features, including flat screen televisions, Sky Sports and free Wi-Fi.

And the hotel’s feature suite, with oak panelled walls and four poster bed, overlooks acres of parkland and comes complete with kissing baths and a private sauna.

The three function rooms the Morning Room, Library and Brooks Rooms have also been refurbished.

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