We’re excited to announce a multi-million-pound renovation plan which will see our hotel undergo a major refurbishment. The latest upgrade of our independently-run hotel, includes all 208 of the bedrooms in the newer part of our hotel. Our seven manor house rooms and suites were recently refurbished. Completion: mid April.
The three-month modernisation project, led by Scottish design firm 10 Design, is part of a two-year major upgrade of the resort, which comes with minimal guest disruption.
Announcing the refurbishment, Alistair Kinchin, General Manager of Dalmahoy said: “This is a very exciting time for Dalmahoy. In the two years since we began operating as an independent property, we have already upgraded a number of the public areas of the property much to the delight of our guests. This latest restyle is integral to ensuring that the entire hotel exceeds the expectations of the modern, discerning traveller whilst celebrating the building’s incredible past.”
Overseen by Glasgow-based interior designer, Liz McNeill of 10 Design, which specialises in interiors with leading hotel brands across the UK, the new-look rooms are set to be decorated in a country house style sympathetic to the property’s history which dates back to 1725. A colour palette of grey mixed with bolds, and layered with checks, paisley print and Scottish artwork will provide the perfect foil to modern pieces that add a contemporary, timeless touch to the rooms.