Best Western Great Britain has announced the arrival of the Quorn Country Hotel BW Signature Collection to its growing portfolio of over 250 independent hotels. Nestled amongst stunning Leicestershire countryside, the hotel is perfect for those looking for a peaceful UK escape, with easy access from Loughborough train station, just three-and-a-half miles away.
As a 17th century listed building, the Quorn Country Hotel BW Signature Collection oozes elegance, with an oak-panelled reception hall, magnificent chandeliers and the River Soar meandering through its landscaped grounds. The hotel has 36 bedrooms and a conference theatre with a capacity of 300, making it the ideal location for leisure and business travellers alike.
Upon joining the Best Western Great Britain brand, the Quorn Country Hotel BW Signature Collection has access to a range of tools and expertise to support in driving tourism to the local area.
Jason Baggott, Regional Operations Manager for the hotel, commented: “We’re extremely proud to see the Quorn Country Hotel join the Best Western family and take the property to the next level. We’re excited to see what the future holds now as part of a 250-strong family of independently owned hotels across the country.”
Rob Paterson, CEO at Best Western Great Britain, added: “We’re delighted to welcome Quorn Country Hotel, BW Signature Collection to our brilliantly different collection of independently owned properties. Best Western is investing for the future and changing for the better and our new BW Signature Collection is an example of how we are delivering more to our guests. We look forward to working in partnership with the team at the Quorn Country Hotel to showcase and celebrate their hotel both locally and globally.”
Best Western Great Britain recently announced an estimated investment of £214m across its member hotels since 2015, signalling confidence in the market despite concerns around Brexit.
Looking ahead, Best Western has also forecasted that 2018 is set to be another strong year for investment across its portfolio, with £70m predicted to be invested throughout its properties this year alone. This buoyancy is also expected to continue into 2019, with a current estimate of £28m for further or currently planned investments.
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