Tylney Hall Hotel refurbishes Chestnut Suite

Luxury Hampshire country house retreat Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens in the UK completed the upgrades to the Chestnut Suite. The renovation is part of the hotel’s ongoing refurbishment plan, which aims to see all the bedrooms and public rooms throughout the hotel undergo makeovers.

Hotel guests who are using the Chestnut Suite will now benefit from new furnishings, lighting, new sound system, complete redecoration and new cloakroom facilities.

The Chestnut Suite, which has ceiling beams fashioned from the trees that fell during a storm of 1987, is designed for meetings and conferences, as well as private celebrations with a capacity of up to 120 people. Situated near the Main House, the Chestnut Suite becomes its own venue at Tylney Hall, with separate reception, bar, cloakrooms and catering facilities, along with a private terrace and access to gardens.

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Since the suite was first built in 1989, it has played host to a number of events including a private dining function for the England Rugby World Cup squad in 1991 and the British Lions team in 1997.

Mark Robinson is the GM at Tylney Hall Hotel & Gardens.

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