The Grade-II listed building, dating from 1709, is currently being renovated, with the design taking inspiration directly from its surroundings. The hotel said the “unique proportions” of the property have been “cleverly accentuated to create a warm home away from home feel”.
The hotel will open alongside The Six Restaurant, headed up by Michelin starred chef Mark Kempson.
Announcing the opening the hotel stated: “All 14 bedrooms have been lovingly renovated to create a feature of the unique proportions expected with such a mature property.
“Three colour schemes were chosen, utilising the hues surrounding the property. Rich bottle greens, smokey blues and warming pinks are carried from the fabrics right through to the handmade mosaic tiles used in the rain showers and back out to the botanical-printed curtains lining the rooms views.”