Thornton Hall spends £100k on makeover for The Lawns

THORNTON Hall Hotel & Spa in Wirral has completed a £100,000 refurbishment of its three AA rosette fine dining restaurant The Lawns.

It includes new wall coverings, lights and bespoke soft furnishings including hand-made chairs and curtains.

The Lawns’ original features, including a mother of pearl inlaid ceiling, decorative dark wooden panelling and a dramatic open fireplace, have been retained.

Geoff Dale, general manager at Thornton Hall Hotel & Spa, said: “We’re absolutely committed to making sure we meet if not exceed our guests expectations and this is the latest in a long line of refurbishment projects to that end.

“We’ve chosen a very boutique and bold feel with some unusual monkey wallpaper and orange accents that you perhaps wouldn’t expect.  The restaurant now truly reflects the quality and creativity of the food coming out of Matt’s kitchen.”

Executive Chef Matt Worswick, who recently won the North West heat of Great British Menu, added: “We want to offer people a first rate fine dining experience – of course that’s about the food, but it also takes into the welcome as they arrive, the service and the environment.”

The restaurant refurbishment follows an investment of more than £1.5m earlier this year when the hotel remodelled its reception, brasserie, kitchen and bedrooms.

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