If you’re looking for some cosy winter getaway inspiration, this new arrival in the Cotswolds should be on your radar.
The Farncombe Estate, home to three award-winning hotels — Dormy House, The Fish Hotel and Foxhill Manor — has announced an exciting new development.
Luxury hotel Dormy House, which is perched above the beautiful village of Broadway, has just launched a brand new Scandi-style suite.
Nette Reynolds, owner and Design Director of Dormy House, is the woman behind the new contemporary space, known as The Studio. The newly-opened suite brings the number of rooms available at the Dormy to a grand total of 11, but The Studio is the largest, coming in at 980 sq ft.
Its natural materials, clean lines and soft curves echo those of modern Scandinavian design — but there are some unexpected quirks thrown in, too. In fact, managers are saying this new room is the most adventurous yet, in terms of interior design.
The colour pallet consists of cream, taupe and biscuit shades for a relaxing, warm feel. But the space is brought to life with green tones, artwork and natural materials, such as wicker and sheepskin, along with a handful of plants.
Some of the suite’s unique features include a curated vinyl collection and a state-of-the-art Project sound system, alongside David Bowie and Freddie Mercury prints. There’s also high-tech mood lighting which changes in time with the beat of the music.
Other standout elements include two 4K Samsung smart TVs (one in the lounge and one in the bedroom), a Nespresso coffee machine, double rainfall showers, a free-standing Burlington bathtub and Temple Spa products — all in-keeping with the room’s Hygge theme.
If the new Scandi-inspired suite has caught your attention, rates start at £625 per night on a B&B basis. What’s more, guests of The Studio can enjoy complimentary Bloody Marys at breakfast and will be offered wellies if they venture outside during their countryside stay.
Dormy House, dormyhouse.co.uk