A first glimpse inside the newly-opened Oddfellows On The Park

ReceptionTHE first interior pictures have been released of Oddfellows On The Park in Cheadle, South Manchester, which opened in early April.

Situated in 120 acres of parkland, the hotel is the culmination of a 15-month restoration that has transformed the Victorian mansion Bruntwood Hall.

The 22-bedroom hotel is home to The Galloping Major restaurant, headed up by Chef Ian Moss, and The Stud Room bar.

The Galloping Major 2Flexible event spaces, the Parlor Bar and Parlor Rooms, are set on the park with direct access to the terrace and can cater for everything from small intimate dinners to meetings and weddings.

Oddfellows On The Park also houses The Pigsty, a salon de beauté with two treatment rooms and a rasul mud room.

Jonathan Slater of Oddfellows Hotels said: “It has been The Stud Room bara wonderfully creative and challenging journey transforming and restoring Bruntwood Hall into the hotel it is today.

“It was a priority for us to retain the charm of the building in all its original glory – with a distinct nod to the building’s history and its position within the park. We look forward to sharing our wonderful hotel with the guests that will make it come to life again.

Playground Suite 2“Manchester and South Manchester have a strong demand for quality dining experiences and The Galloping Major, named after one of the Hall’s previous occupants, will be a perfect complement to the region’s already excellent restaurant scene.’

Oddfellows On The Park is the sister hotel to Oddfellows in Chester and is the only hotel in the UK outside London to be welcomed into the global Design Hotels™ consortium.

Designed by Tim Groom Architects, with interiors by SpaceInvader, both Manchester based firms, guests will enjoy interesting design pieces throughout – like the bike chain chandelier that is inspired by the Bruntwood Park BMX track and lights up the grand staircase.

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