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New plans unveiled for a £1 million plus refurbishment of four star Belton Woods Hotel

By Paul Grinnell

Belton Woods Hotel, near Grantham.
Belton Woods Hotel, near Grantham.

A £1 million plus development and extension is to be carried out to the plush Belton Woods Hotel near Grantham.

Owners QHotels say the investment in the four star hotel, which is set in 475 acres of countryside at Belton, will involve a revamp of its spa and leisure areas as well as its residential facilities.

The company plans to invest £350,000 to refurbish the health and spa facilities.

A further £800,000 has been committed to the hotel’s residential facilities.

This will include £35,000 on the upgrade of the tennis courts and leisure facilities, £14,000 on modern patio furniture for leisure guests and £10,000 on the modernisation of the restaurant and bar area.

Work on the development is currently underway, and is expected to be fully open by mid August this year.

Belton Woods Hotel general manager, Seamus Coen, said: “Wellness is very much on the agenda at Belton Woods and we’re pleased that this investment will enable more of our guests to enjoy the experiences as well as providing our membership enhanced facilities.”

He said that following the growing demand for spa and wellness, the investment will see the health club and spa area undergo a full upgrade and spa extension.

The work will involve the creation of two new treatment rooms, adding to the existing six.

There will be a new state-of-the-art relaxation suite, new dance studio and exclusive spa café.

There will also be a dedicated spa reception, waiting room and new changing facilities for both male and female spa guests.

During the renovation, a temporary pop up spa has been opened on the ground floor of the hotel.

In addition, Belton Woods will be extending invitations to coffee mornings, barbeques and social meetings to their existing health and leisure members, encouraging regular use of the temporary facilities.


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