Wynyard Hall is reopening its doors from Wednesday 15th July for overnight stays, afternoon tea and al fresco dining – and it’s another for one Luxe summer to-do list.
General Manager, Brian Van Oosten, says they are delighted to be able to welcome guests following their closure in March.
“Here at Wynyard Hall, we’re excited to get back to what we do best. At this time, the health and wellbeing of our guests and our staff are of top priority and we are working hard to implement new protocols across our hotel ready for our reopening.”
New safety measures are in place and include: enforcing social distancing measures across the property, additional cleaning in public areas and key touch-points and extensive staff training on the health and safety protocols in place.
To confirm their efforts, Wynyard Hall has also been awarded the ‘Good to Go’ mark from Visit England.
“By acquiring the industry standard ‘We’re Good to Go’ mark, we can assure guests that we are following all Government, Public Health England (PHE) and Visit England industry COVID-19 guidelines to maintain cleanliness and aid social distancing.”
From Wednesday 15 July, guests will be able to enjoy some of Wynyard Hall’s award-winning amenities within the luxury surroundings of the hall or in one of five self-catered hot-tub cottages. Guests will also be able to enjoy afternoon tea in the library and a new al fresco dining menu on the terrace.
The reopening follows the successful opening of the venue’s award-winning Gardens on Wednesday 3 June.
“Here at Wynyard Hall, our staff are excited to get back to delivering a little luxury during these difficult times.”
For all bookings and enquiries, call 01740 644811 or email [email protected].