Young's launches boutique hotel in Richmond

30 September 2014 by
Young's launches boutique hotel in Richmond

Pub and hotel operator, Young's, has unveiled a new 13-bedroom boutique hotel in Richmond-upon-Thames, Surrey.

The former pub has undergone a £1.7m renovation and extension to create the Orange Tree hotel and pub, with a botantical interior design by Fusion by Design influenced by nearby Richmond Park and Kew Gardens. There will also be hints of the pub's strong links with rugby due to its close proximity to Twickenham Stadium.

Located in Kew Road, the hotel's in-room facilities include Hypnos beds, flat screen TVs with Sky Plus, free Wi-Fi, and Algotherm toiletries.

The menu in the main bar and 80-cover dining room include confit Gressingham duck cottage pie with Butler's Secret cheddar mash; crispy squid, marinated courgette and white bean salad with lemon and basil mayonnaise; and Young's ale battered cod and chips, minted peas and tartare sauce.

Young's cask ales are being served alongside London craft beers, an extensive wine list and a unique ‘Shrubs' vinegar cocktails menu.

Andy Nash, operations director of Young's Hotels said: "We're excited about expanding our collection of boutique hotels and the considerable investment we've put into the Orange Tree demonstrates our commitment to our hotel estate. We are confident that the Orange Tree will deliver the wow factor, and will appeal to both locals and visitors."

The Orange Tree is part of Young's boutique collection of 16 hotels that also includes the Dog & Fox in Wimbledon, the Windmill, Clapham and the Alma in Wandsworth.

Rooms rates start at £119.

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