Friday, May 29, 2020

Branston Hall Hotel joins Bespoke Hotels

Bespoke Hotels has reached a management agreement that will see Lincolnshire’s historic Branston Hall Hotel join its ranks. The property stands as one of the foremost wedding and events venues in the region, with a storied history beyond its Grade II Listed façade.

With a noble past dating back to 1885, when it was constructed as a home for the Melville Family, Branston Hall’s Grade II listed exterior houses 53 bedrooms, as well as a panoramic dining space, modern spa facilities, alongside extensive meetings and events space.

Just three miles South of the city of Lincoln, Branston Hall is ideally positioned for corporate team building events and leisure guests alike. Its 88 acres estate encompasses wooded parkland, carefully maintained gardens, as well as a series of private lakes.

“We are delighted to be joining the Bespoke Hotels fold at such an exciting time”, commented Carey Foster of Branston Hall Hotel. “We will look to tap into their expertise as we seek to further enhance our standing in Lincolnshire, as well as build the property’s profile across the rest of the UK.”

“We are excited to be working to support Branston Hall Hotel”, added Paul Brown, Regional Director for Bespoke Hotels. “It’s something of a local hero in Lincolnshire, and we look forward to working to strengthen its profile and visibility throughout the country.”

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