A luxury Warwickshire hotel has undergone phase one of its extensive £2.5m renovations to its wedding suite, a selection of bedrooms and spa areas.
The first phase has seen a £1m refurbishment of the hotel’s Topiary Suite, and the Hotel is now preparing to welcome the first set of couples through its doors to host weddings in the new space.
The Shakespearean manor is licensed for civil ceremonies, allowing couples to host both their ceremony and reception at the hotel with up to 125 guests in the suite or up to 100 in the Topiary Garden.
The refurbishments have also taken place across a selection of bedrooms. The refurbished bedrooms are located in the external historic barns, featuring exposed wooden beams in the bedrooms and luxury en-suite bathrooms.
The spa areas have also had a facelift with a new reception area, featuring a relaxing area for guests to enjoy refreshments before or after a treatment as well as new poolside furniture.
The hotel’s first phase of refurbishments has cost a total of £2.5m, with phase two set to take place next spring where a further 35 bedrooms will be renovated.
Jo Reeves, sales and marketing director at Billesley Manor, said: “We are thrilled with the first phase of refurbishments and we cannot wait to welcome lots of newly engaged couples through the door for a tour of our gorgeous new wedding suite. The bedrooms also look stunning and we can’t wait for the rest of the bedrooms to be redone to follow suit.”