The Montagu Arms has announced the opening of five new luxury Courtyard Deluxe Rooms and Courtyard Studio Suites, with a further four due for completion in late October 2021.
The set of nine rooms, developed within the original 1920s chauffeur garages, reside around a central Courtyard Garden.
Each of the new rooms feature a lounge area, oversized freestanding bathtub and private terrace. The suites are between 46 and 51m2, and come as open plan or with classic separate bedroom and lounge areas.
The hotel revealed the rooms also include vaulted ceilings, exposed wooden beams and contemporary four poster beds, marble bathrooms, 52”TV, Bluetooth digital radio, and full size SenSpa toiletries.
Alongside the new rooms the hotel said guests can also enjoy the three AA-Rosette Terrace Restaurant, where executive chef Matthew Whitfield creates dishes using organic seasonal produce from the surrounding Hampshire countryside.
James Hiley-Jones, MD of The Montagu Arms, said: “We are delighted with the opening of our new Courtyard Rooms and Suites and think the launch of additional accommodation has come at a perfect time with the continued surge in staycations.
“Having been developed in the original chauffeur garages which reside around a courtyard, we believe it is a great use of original space and embraces outdoor and indoor living through the glass fronted design and private terraces. We also felt it incredibly important to use local, British and sustainable luxury brands when dressing the interiors, in keeping with the hotel’s values and history.”