De Vere Wotton House unveils £6million renovation
07 Feb 2017
De Vere Wotton House in Dorking, Surrey has revealed the results of a recent £6million refurbishment project
Restoring the spectacular 17th century country house mansion's charms, De Vere Wotton House has undergone a £6million refurbishment with stunning results.
The renovation added an extra 16 suites to the house, bringing the total number of rooms to 127. Designed in neutral tones and calming greys, the rooms and suites all boast stylish en-suites and views of the 13 acres of Grade II listed grounds or house entrance.
Bringing the mansion's history in line with its modern-day use as a wedding venue, all areas of the hotel have been refurbished to exude a classic heritage feel with vintage items such as globes, bound books and antique keys.
In addition to the Old Library which is a popular setting for a wedding, the new-look Evelyn Suite can accommodate up to 120 guests for a wedding breakfast banquet.
The gardens have even been given a refresh, welcoming several commissioned sculptures
inspired by nature, from Surrey-based artist Emma Stothard. The introduction of Emma’s works marks the start in a series of local artists creating installations, which will be placed across refurbished De Vere Country House Hotels.
Caroline Morrone, general manager at De Vere Wotton House, commented: “As a popular venue for
the conference, business, leisure and wedding sectors, the final product will appeal to all our
customers and provide an attractive, contemporary venue in stunning surroundings which pays
homage to its history. We are delighted with the design which is also reflected in the fantastic
feedback given by our guests."
For more information, visit www.DeVere.com/DeVereWottonHouse.