A LUXURY country house hotel in Wirral has completed a half a million pound renovation programme.
Edwardian Grade II listed property Inglewood Manor, is set within 38 acres of grounds.
The privately-owned business in Ledsham has been operating since 2003.
For the past year the hotel has undergone a facelift of its 29 luxury bedrooms, exterior and car parking facilities, with support from Defra and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.
The investment is part of an on-going programme to attract more business clients to the hotel.
Each room has been designed to be slightly different, to reflect Inglewood Manor’s independent and unique charm.
The hotel, on Badgers Rake Lane, is showcasing the new look to Wirral businesses tomorrow (Thursday) , from 11am to 7pm. Lunch will be served at 12.30pm, afternoon tea at 5pm. Drinks and canapés will be served throughout the day.
Visitors on the day can try their hand at corporate activities such as falconry, archery and duck herding.
General manager of Inglewood Manor Hotel, Fiona Creed said: “Inglewood Manor already offers businesses exceptional meeting and conference facilities, but this renovation will ensure the bedrooms also hit this high standard.
“What makes us stand out from our competitors is the character of the property and we’ve ensured that this is celebrated in the renovation. We just can’t wait to show people the final results.”