Project: Heythrop Park, Warner Leisure
Location: The Cotswolds
Design Team: Design LSM
Flooring Contractor: Carters Flooring, Derby
The stunning Heythrop Park is an 18th century country house, which has recently undergone a £40 million refurbishment.
It was designed by Architect Thomas Archer at the request of the 1st Duke of Shrewsbury, Charles Talbot in 1704, and was inspired by the Italian Baroque style, which the Duke had picked up on his travels to Rome.
Throughout the years it has been passed through families and has also been used as a College and Training Centre, and then onto a Golf & Country club around 1999.
Bourne Leisure purchased Heythrop Park in 2018, and then reopened in 2022 after the spectacular transformation.
Throughout the Hotel you will find our Brass Flooring Profiles and Stair Nosings, all in a satin brass finish, giving that luxurious but subtle gold detailing.
BN5 Brass stair Nosings - Stair Nosings
BN71SLR Brass Stair Nosings - Stair Nosing
BN67 Brass Stair Nosings - Stair Nosings
Stair Rods And Fixing Eyes
Brass Stair Nosings with Inserts 2 mm/ 2.5 mm/ 3.5 mm Gauge and Ramp Tread Profiles - Stair Edging
Flooring Profiles- Cover Plate AC38SF Onyx
The Victoria Palace Theatre
Selfridge & Co.
The Corniche, Battersea Regeneration Area
Belulah Hill - SN9 Brimstone Exterior Insert
Seamill Hydro Hotel - HN7 Satin Bronze
Denham Film Studios - HN1 Satin Gold
Bristol City Council - Apartment Block Trio
The Royal Opera House