Bournemouth are getting a new hotel and dining experience with the refurbishment of Langtry Lodge, now being launched as Derby Manor. The property was purchased in Dec 2014 and was re-named Derby Manor to bring back some of its history.
It has been said that the building was done/built by Lord Derby and years ago was actually called Derby Hall
On purchase the building was “dated” although tasteful, it was originally planned to “Spruce” up the current hotel and get opened within a few months but as we started to do 1 or 2 rooms it typically then started to make everything else look even more dated. It was then decided by the current owners to carry out a “Complete Renovation” The renovation of Derby Manor was based on the original Edwardian architecture. As an Edwardian building, the whole ethos of the renovation was to reflect Edwardian design principles, whilst providing a contemporary twist.Derby Manor, once used by Lord Derby when visiting Bournemouth, endeavours to reflect his keen interest in horses and horse racing with rooms and suites such as Newmarket, Cheltenham, Derby Cup, Goodwood and Ascot!The design provides a warm, relaxing and inviting atmosphere to all visitors; whether you are staying for a cream-tea, or have booked dinner or are taking a well earned rest from the “day-to-day” pressures of the modern world.
Over and above the purchase price it has just had over £800,000 investment to bring Bournemouth something new and exciting to hotel and dining experiences, Versace Inspired furniture, London designed wallpaper and pure attention to detail now provides guests with a complete relaxing environment in the heart of Bournemouth.
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