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Dormy House unveils new Danish Court Suites and rooms

Danish Court Suite
Dormy House, the supremely relaxing boutique hotel on the privately owned Farncombe Estate has re-opened its Danish Court guestrooms.  The four newly designed suites and four Comfy Rooms are the final flourish of a multi-millon pound rennovation programme for this 17th century farmhouse hotel. .

With help from designers Trevellion Interiors the new suites and guestrooms have kept their own identity while complimenting the core ambience of the hotel and that unmisable “Dormy” feel.  Traditional elegance has been mixed with Scandi chic to create a warm and inviting atmosphere with a tremendous sense of comfort.  The neutral palate underlines the soft furnishings which have been been combined with bold Scandinavian print fabrics in a variety of colours and patterns, giving each room its own individuality.  This Scandinavian connection is further emphaised in the artwork which is linked to Hans Christian Anderson.  

Over the past year and a half, with a little help from other designer friends including Todhunter Earle and Sparcstudio - the designers behind Dormy House’s award-winning House Spa - Dormy House has undergone a complete transformation.  Danish Court guests, as well as enjoying their own secluded outdoor space, will also love the hotel’s cosy nooks and features, the three laid-back stylish lounges and the extensive spa which has won armloads of awards since it opened in February 2014.  House Spa’s impressive facilities include the fabulously comfy Greenhouse lounge with its floor-to-ceiling windows and large outdoor terrace; the nail parlour lined with bottles of Champagne, a 16m infinity pool, outdoor hot tub and the thermal suite.  The hotel also has two restaurants The Garden Room and The Potting Shed, which has a more rustic and relaxed feel.

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