From acquiring a new hotel to launching a honeymoon bungalow at existing property The Redhurst, the Manorview Group has certainly been busy recently. We caught up on all the latest news…
Already renowned for its decadent honeymoon suites, the Manorview Group is working to convert a three-bedroom bungalow on the grounds of Giffnock’s The Redhurst Hotel (above) into a luxurious romantic hideaway. The Garden House will be an idyllic bolthole to spend your first night as newlyweds. Decorated in opulent black, copper and gold hues with chandeliers in the bedroom, there will be a stand-alone copper bath and a hot tub in the private garden (see below). Can you think of anything dreamier than relaxing under the stars with a tipple and your new spouse? Sign us up!
Elsewhere in the garden, there will be a TV and firepit for you to cosy up in front of on chillier nights, as well as manicured lawns, a water fountain and a wedding pagoda for posing in.
Work is already underway and the project is set to finish in late summer 2022. A night in the bungalow for the happy couple will be included in wedding packages at the venue when it is complete. Planning on tying the knot, but not yet proposed? The suite will also be available for private bookings when it’s not being used by newlyweds. With a backdrop like that, how can you not say yes?
And that’s not all: Manorview Group has recently added Brisbane House Hotel (above) in Largs to its portfolio, making it the tenth in its collection. Calling the hotel a ‘fantastic fit’ for its existing roster of venues, Manorview founder Steve Graham also praised the location: “Largs has so much to offer, both in terms of local people and visitors from near and far. And with its coastal setting, the hotel itself not only boasts stunning views, we feel it also gives guests a real sense of escape and relaxation.”
The venue only hosts one wedding per day, and bespoke packages are available for intimate affairs and for those wanting a bigger shindig. And let’s not forget how gorgeous the wedding snaps against the seaside backdrop are bound to be.