The Lucky Onion to reveal the latest addition to its portfolio

Amy Horsfield By Amy Horsfield
1 week ago | Updated 1 week ago

UK: The boutique hotel and restaurant group, synonymous with Cheltenham and the Cotswolds, is about to reveal the latest addition to its portfolio.

The Lucky Onion's premises include No. 38 The Park, The Wheatsheaf Inn, The Tavern and The Wild Duck will no doubt have been aware of the company's plans.

Chris Gage, a spokesman for Charlton Kings-based Dowdeswell Estates, the preferred building contractor for Julian Dunkerton-owned Lucky Onion Group, said: "The amount of restoration work on the building that has gone on is quite incredible. It is going to look fantastic."

Bar 131, also a hotel and restaurant, helped lay down a template for the group's style that features original artworks from William Kentridge, David Hockney, Sir Peter Blake, Banksy and Henry Hudson.

It is understood 133 will compliment its near neighbour and reflect the group's signature style. The media are expected to be given a preview of the property later this month.

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