back to projectsHipping Hall The Stables Accommodation

Category Leisure,
Client Hipping Hall
Value £600,000
Consultants Harrison Pitt Architects
Completion 2016

The Stables at Hipping Hall involved the alterations to a existing Barn Conversion and detached triple garage into 4 luxury 5 star en suite bedrooms and a luxury 5 star bridal suite. Also within the building was a fully stocked catering kitchen for the main hotel chef to cook exclusively for the guests of the stables.

The works involved complete re-modelling of the existing layout, underfloor heating with ceramic tiles new plaster with a mixture of paint and wall tiling, new windows and doors full new mechanical and electrical installation and extensive external hard and soft landscaping.

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