The newly built Stag at Stow added thirteen bedrooms to the original nine at the White Hart.
The Georgian building The Stag calls home was previously a youth hostel which Concorde BGW redesigned to create 13 elegant rooms in a wonderfully restored Georgian town house.
Having been redeveloped from the ground up, Concorde BGW were able to create twelve large new bedrooms, and one small, quirky bedroom. The large rooms all feature super king-sized beds, large bathrooms and the latest in-room technology. A careful selection of furniture including occasional chairs, desk chairs, desks, and soft furnishings as well as custom-made artwork make each of the rooms just a bit more personal.
Each bedroom has been individually decorated and has its own bathroom and/or shower room. They each have a distinct boutique hotel style that appeals to their sophisticated clientele.
The 13thbedroom was built in the repurposed drying room in the garden. This feature bedroom has exposed Cotswold stone walls and wooden beams. It’s style is rustic-meets-industrial, stunning bird cage lights hang from the ceiling which have been combined with country themed accessories such as ornamental stag heads and wicker baskets.
The other 12 bedrooms are their own private masterpiece with all the comforts of top-notch bedding, Roberts radios, free standing baths, walk-in showers and large wall-hung TVs.
Due to the age of the building, planning permission was sought to make the changes outlined in the design proposal. To ensure the newly built ensuite bathrooms didn’t distract from or damage the historic nature of the rooms, small wooden clad enclosers were formed round them. This ensured they were noticeably separate from the original material of the building and they didn’t distract from or damage the original structure.
Overall The Stag at Stow has just the right amount of sophisticated charm and contemporary stylings to make it ideal for any occasion.