The 201-bedroom De Vere Tortworth Court in Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire has just unveiled its six-month long, £5million refurbishment.

44 bedrooms in the main house have been totally revamped and 11 new bedrooms created as well as a couple of suites. They all have state-of-the-art bathrooms and superfast, free wi-fi.

The Victorian features of the Grade II-listed former mansion house have been retained with old-fashioned items such as original telephones, typewriters and wirelesses added to create the retro-feeling.

A new gym and treatment rooms have been added to the leisure and spa facilities at De Vere Tortworth Court.

‘1853’ restaurant will open later this summer in what was once the old church. The current library dining area is being converted into a specialist whisky bar.

De Vere Tortworth Court has ten meeting and events spaces with the main Westminster Suite divisible into four separate rooms.

De Vere Tortworth Court is set within a 30 acre estate. It was previously owned by Four Pillars Hotels. It is now one of 24 hotels within the De Vere portfolio, a group which also includes the city-centre based Principal Hotels.