The Feathers Hotel in Ludlow has reopened its doors following a £2m investment.
The hotel, which is run by group Crest Hotels closed last summer and now is a Grade I listed building following a bar, lounge, tearoom and restaurant being opened at the hotel in the last six months.
The hotel’s 21 bedrooms has reopened with another 21 to become available in the new year, alongside a new function suite.
Once completed, the hotel will feature 17 ‘classic bedrooms’ and 17 ‘deluxe bedrooms’ with eight feature janitor suites across two floors.
Commenting on the reopening, operations director, Jason Hiley said he was “delighted” with the results of the 12 month transformation.
“The customer journey throughout will be second to none and we can’t wait to see the rooms full and the hotel bustling once more. The tearoom and restaurant have already paved the way to continued success.”
He added: “Since they opened there has been nothing but praise for the sensitive refurbishment and excellence of furnishings and we hope people feel the bedrooms have been done in the same way.”