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Northern Irish hotel and spa, the Culloden Estate & Spa, has completed a three-year refurbishment project at the cost of £4.8m.

Two floors of bedrooms have been revamped, with a selection of the smaller rooms remodelled and resized. The hotel now has 98 bedrooms.

The extensive work has also included the redevelopment of the Mitre Restaurant, the Stuart Suite and the spa to “make sure the Culloden remains one of the top hotels in Ireland”.

Hastings Hotels, the owner of the property, made the investment to the five-star property, which was named Luxury Hotel of the Year at the 2017 Irish Hotel Awards.

Eoin O’Sullivan, the estate’s general manager, unveiled the completed project alongside group managing director Howard Hastings.

“As part of this programme we now have a brand new facade to a wing of the hotel with larger rooms and magnificent bathrooms overlooking landscaped gardens, all with the aim of providing our guests with an even more enjoyable experience,” said O’Sullivan.

He added: “As well as the bedroom project, we undertook a complete redesign of the Mitre restaurant with new menus created by Chef McKnight, and an upgraded spa with new quiet room, nail bar and remodelled gym facilities as well as a refurbishment of the Stuart Suite for our weddings, conferences and banquets to enjoy.

“It is continual investment like this that has enabled us to pick up prestigious awards throughout Ireland.”

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Northern Irish hotel and spa, the Culloden Estate & Spa, has completed a three-year refurbishment project at the cost of £4.8m.
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Group managing director Howard Hastings (left) and Culloden Estate general manager Eoin O'Sullivan (right)
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