New members for Best Western GB

Best Western Hotels has added two new hotels to its portfolio of over 300 independently owned and managed hotels throughout the UK – the three-star Best Western Kenwick Park Hotel in Louth, Lincolnshire, and three-star Best Western Moorside Grange Hotel & Spa in Higher Disley, Cheshire. Best Western Kenwick Park Hotel will be the first Best Western hotel in Louth, joining the niche range of ten Best Western hotels that offer golf on-site. Set within the magnificent grounds of the 320-acre Kenwick Park Estate, the original Georgian style building has been sympathetically converted and extended to create a striking hotel in an ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. For business, the new purpose-built Meridian Conference & Function Suite can cater for up to 220 delegates and is supported by a range of equipment and services to meet the needs of both daily and residential meetings. The Best Western Moorside Grange Hotel & Spa, Higher Disley is located on the edge of Lyme Park in the Peak District, only 30 minutes from Manchester city and airport. The 98-room property offers beautiful panoramic views of the stunning surrounding moorland, a large health club with health and beauty treatments and four fully equipped function suites for up to 280 guests, as well as a suite of purpose-built meeting rooms. Best Western director of membership Keith Popesaid: “'Hotels join Best Western to benefit from being associated with the world's largest hotel brand. By taking advantage of the sales and marketing expertise and purchasing power of Best Western, member hotels can successfully compete with larger hotel chains while retaining their individuality and independence.”

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