Sitting in an area of woodland adjacent to the main hotel, the Georgian manor house previously closed its nine woodland self-catering lodges in January 2019 and spent the year transforming the space into six “luxurious” guest rooms.
The hotel said the cabins are designed to allow its natural surroundings “take centre stage” and feature hardwood floors, super king size beds and soft furnishings.
Two cabins have also been specifically designed with mobility access in mind, with widened doorways and showers adapted to accommodate wheelchair users, with floor space ranging from 56.95 to 65.70 square metres.
Andrew Nicholson, general manager at Storrs Hall, said: “The guest experience is of paramount importance to us at Storrs Hall, and we are continuously looking for new ways to deliver a memorable experience for our guests.
“The transformation of our woodland cabins has been incredibly exciting to watch and we look forward to welcoming guests in the near future.”