Old Bell Hotel reopens

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UK: Old Bell Hotel has reopened after extensive refurbishment

The Old Bell Hotel in the Wiltshire market town of Malmesbury has reopened following extensive refurbishment.

The Grade I listed Old Bell Hotel underwent a £1.1M refurbishment. The property was revived, with a renewed emphasis on the quality of accommodation and dining experience.

General Manager Christophe Dumeige said: "We are thrilled with the refurbishment, which has returned The Old Bell Hotel to its former glory and introduced a new level of luxury. The bedrooms have been uplifted by Creative Director Mykel Collins and the dining experience completely overhauled with a brand-new kitchen, dining areas and the strategic appointment of new head chef Frédéric Fetiveau who has transformed the menus and food concept."

Head Chef Frédéric Fetiveau will head up The Old Bell kitchen with a transformed dining experience. Chef Frederic began his culinary career in Paris, where he trained with various Michelin starred establishments including, Hotel le Bristol, Royal Monceau, and Carré des Feuillants.

Dumeige added: "It was really important to us that the hotel retained its character and old English charm so we have ensured this has been protected and enhanced at every step. We have also changed our approach to service and aim to make guests feel warmly welcomed by attentive hosts. Now our guests can experience the hotel's unique history with modern comforts and luxury."

The 34 bedrooms are newly refurbished, individually designed and furnished. Luxury bathrobes & Noble Isle toiletries, 24 hours Room Service, free Wi-Fi and freshly-baked cookies and macaroons are included.


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