Clevedon Hall opens for overnight bookings for first time

Clevedon Hall is opening its 25 bedrooms to the public for the first time, for a limited period, to showcase its recent refurbishment.

The Victorian mansion, which normally functions exclusively as a wedding and events venue rather than a hotel, is making itself available for overnight stays for a two-week window from 13-25 February.

A statement from the property said the offer is designed to “introduce Clevedon Hall to a wider audience”.

The Grade II-listed building, overlooking Clevedon Bay, recently completed a six year £4.2m refurbishment, which saw all the bedrooms redesigned in a luxurious country house style by Jane Clayton Interiors.

The ground floor rooms such as the Great Hall and Grand Library also underwent a transformation, with original historic features restored and furnishing in keeping with the property’s heritage.

John McCarthy, sales director at Clevedon Hall, said: “We’re really keen to showcase the beauty of Clevedon Hall to a wider range of guests.

“Previously, the only way to experience the delights of Clevedon Hall has been to attend an event here, which is why we wanted to run a short trial making our stunning bedrooms available for overnight bookings.”

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