Durker Roods Hotel, Peak Distric
Durker Roods Hotel is an award winning provider of overnight accommodation and fine dining, as well as being widely recognised as a superb Wedding Venue in Huddersfield & West Yorkshire.
Based in Meltham on the outskirts of Huddersfield and Holmfirth the hotel was built in 1870 and was once the private residence of Huddersfield entrepreneur Sir David Brown, once owner of iconic Aston Martin which is still reflected in his name being immortalised with the Aston Martin DB.
For the past 40 years it has been a popular hotel & wedding venue and proves to be a popular getaway for families, couples and groups of travellers all keen to enjoy a tranquil stay on the edge of one of the UK’s largest national parks, The Peak District.
Already benefitting from high occupancy figures the Merydion team have some exciting plans in place for Durker Roods in 2019
Northop Hall Country House Hotel, North Wales
Northop Hall Country House Hotel is a beautiful 19th century mansion nestled in nine acres of private woodland in the heart of rural North Wales. Dating back to 1872 it offers a number of modern amenities against an elegant Victorian backdrop.Conveniently located just 20 minutes from Chester City Centre, it offers the accessibility of the city with a countryside setting. It’s 38 bedrooms of various sizes are perfect for a relaxing family break, special occasion or even a game of golf at one of the areas three courses. Weddings and civil services are very popular and suit all sizes and price ranges and the 90 cover Chequers Restaurant is a popular choice for guests and visitors alike with a wide ranging menu, a locally acclaimed traditional Sunday Lunch and a popular choice of Afternoon Tea, baked in house by the talented kitchen team.
The management team have huge plans for the hotel with expansion plans taking shape over the course of the coming year.
The Belgrave Hotel, Chester
The Belgrave Hotel is a 34 bedroom, fully serviced hotel in one of the UK’s biggest tourist cities situated just 200 yards from Chester Railway Station.
The hotel boasts an occupancy rate much higher than the national average and is an unenviable location in a city that boasts some of the countries most highly visited tourist attractions including Chester Zoo, Chester Races, Cheshire Oaks and the Roman Walls.
A highly profitable and friendly hotel, it is popular with business and leisure guests alike and is especially popular at weekends selling out weeks in advance.
As well as a top to bottom renovation of all rooms and bathrooms, 12 new bedrooms will be built taking the hotel to 46 rooms by the end of 2019.
The Star Hotel, Great Yarmouth
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