YTL Hotels' Monkey Island Estate in Bray, Berkshire, has added six private residences in the village to its offering ahead of the reopening of the 40-bedroom hotel.
The residences include the 19th-century Long White Cloud residence (pictured) on the banks of the Thames, made up of four bedroom suites with a kitchen, garden, private pool and jetty, and the four-suite Brook House, which also has a private outdoor/indoor swimming pool and garden.
There is also the three-bedroom Sundial Cottage; the 500-year-old, one-bedroom Dormer Cottage; the three-bedroom Bray House; and the three-bedroom Lavender House.
Guests to the residences will be welcomed with a fully stocked fridge on arrival along with pre-arranged food orders collected on their behalf in advance.
Nightly rates start from £400 and are subject to length of stay; a minimum three-night stay is required at all residences over summer weekends. The residences are available to book now, but the hotel's reopening date is to be confirmed.
Malaysia-based YTL Hotels owns and operates four other hotels in the UK alongside Monkey Island Estate, which opened last year, including the Gainsborough Bath Spa; the Glasshouse in Edinburgh, and the Academy and Threadneedles in London.