Low Wood Bay Resort & Spa is set for a brand-new look in 2017 with a major refurbishment and new build.
English Lakes Hotels Resorts & Venues are set to establish a world-class resort in the Lake District, the idyllic lakeside destination closes its doors this week as work begins on the £16 million transformation, which will be unveiled from April when the hotel reopens its doors.
The multi-million pound project will see the existing historic property completely renovated, with a full upgrade and refurbishment of all existing rooms, new outdoor leisure facilities, along with a stunning Atrium, world class spa, and an additional new restaurant concept, Blue Smoke.
Later in the summer a new building will open with a further 32 suites and studio rooms including its own club lounge and roof garden.
The hotel, which enjoys a fantastic waterfront setting looking out onto Windermere, will reopen in April 2017, once the first phase of the renovation is complete.
Simon Berry, chairman, English Lakes Hotels Resorts & Venues said: “It is a really exciting new chapter for us here at Low Wood Bay.
“This stunning building has been here for over 300 years and this will be the biggest change it has gone through in its history.
“The Lake District is a uniquely beautiful holiday destination and we’re creating an exceptional, stand-out resort from which to enjoy it.
“We want to make something truly special, bringing modern, top quality facilities to the area but without compromising the integrity or charm of this historic building; we really feel we have achieved that with these plans.
“We can’t wait to welcome our guests, both old and new, to see their reactions.”
English Lakes Hotel Resorts & Venues, which owns the property, has worked closely with the Lake District National Park Authority to progress the plans and create a ‘world class destination’ while remaining in keeping with the area and using local connections and expertise.
The whole new experience will start with the enhanced sense of arrival of the brand-new entrance which sweeps around and up to the existing car park.
Bespoke art work will significantly improve the arrival experience for guests as they make their way to one of their 133 luxurious, upgraded and new build
bedrooms and suites.
Set to open in summer, one of the most significant investments is in the luxurious spa, complete with an outdoor heated infinity pool, sauna, steam room and Canadian hot tubs with views over the lake and mountains.
The extensive fitness suite will also feature state of the art equipment and an express salon.
Opening later in the year, the addition of a luxury accommodation block, complete with its own private bar, club lounge and roof terrace will finally transform the hotel into the Lake District’s first world class luxury resort.