Lanhydrock prepares to re-open (AGAIN!)
Without question, this has been the hardest period that Lanhydrock has ever had to navigate, but we’re proud to have worked non-stop throughout the lockdowns to make sure we can not only safeguard our business but reopen even better than before and continue to provide local employment.
We have been hard at work refurbishing the reception area along with our two Superior Suites, as well as working throughout all of the hotel rooms. Each one has had various touch-ups and they look great! We’re using lots of exciting bright colours, new upholstery and repainting our lovely Lloyd Loom chairs. We want everything looking its absolute best for when we can welcome our guests again! If you are interested in booking a room at Lanhydrock then please click HERE.
Improvements to the golfing grounds include drainage work, bunker reconstruction and re-turfing the 2nd, 8th, 9th and 18th holes. A mixture of trees and flowers have been planted in the grounds along the Kirland road hedge to support local wildlife. Substantial work has also been done with mature tree management around the Course and Range.
Perhaps one of the best outcomes of our renovations has been that we have been able to support local trades throughout the process. In these difficult times, it has been amazing and so rewarding to be able to support and give work to local trades people and businesses. Among the individuals and businesses employed were Trelawney Garden Supplies, Richard Hollister Upholstery, J.T. Charles Painting & Decorating, Ann Smith of Coloursmiths Interior Design, Mason & Kings and W H Bond.
We are very excited about our golf course opening on the 29th of March, with the rest of the business following on 17th of May. There is a real buzz in the air, and it will be an amazing day when we see our Golf Course being enjoyed, familiar faces enjoying lunch and guests being checked into our Hotel. What a year it has been, but we continue to look forward to the future!