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Corinium Hotel Refurbishment
The Corinium Hotel (previously Corinium Court) has recently completed a ground floor extension and refurbishment to include a new reception and additional lounge area. The Bar servery has been relocated to create a larger and more customer friendly bar and lounge area. The Hotel, whose history dates back to the 16th Century, has been developed to produce more space and functionality for both guests and staff. Disabled access has also been improved by making the entire ground floor
more wheel chair friendly. With all this work an additional en-suite bedroom has been created whilst all the other rooms have been upgraded over the winter months.
Popular as a Bar as well as a Hotel and Restaurant with local customers, all guests will benefit from the upgrade work. Proprietor Tim Waller said; “It was time for an update, we are looking to expand our local as well as our national trade and thought that it was the right time to improve our facilities.
Last year we extended our garden to accommodate marquees and felt that an extension and rearrangement of the ground floor public areas would also be of great benefit. We can now put our programme of Events in place and our existing clientele have been very impressed with the improvements.”
For the local business community the Hotel offers highly competitive corporate and conference rates.
For further information on the Hotel, please call Tim Waller on 01285 659711 or visit www.coriniumhotel.co.uk
: 29/04/2010 11:14:50
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