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The De Vere collection of historic mansion house estates and distinctive contemporary hotels and event destinations has unveiled its new mansion house concept, De Vere Reserve. De Vere Reserve comprises of luxury guest rooms and suites in historic mansion houses in England’s South East and The Cotswolds. The launch of De Vere Reserve marks the completion of a multi-million-pound investment.
Among the properties benefiting are Latimer House, which had a role as a top-secret centre for military intelligence during WWII, The White House at De Vere Beaumont Estate, originally built for Lord Weymouth, the Grade II listed Mansion House at De Vere Tortworth Court, iconic Horsley Towers and Wokefield House at De Vere Wokefield Estate. De Vere Reserve encapsulates the very best that the brand’s properties offer, with recently refurbished bedrooms and new Penhaligon toiletries. Guests checking into De Vere Reserve suites will experience the grandeur of the historic properties, combined with upgraded amenities and service. Luxurious facilities include walk-in showers, fluffy robes and slippers, classic Roberts radios and smart TVs. Many also feature sumptuous roll-top bath. A voucher will also be available for De Vere Reserve guests, allowing access to the 24/7 fully stocked pantry where they can stock up on sweet treats and drinks.
Laurie Nicol, De Vere’s chief operating officer, says: “Over the last couple of years we’ve seen a real shift in our guests’ behaviour and requirements towards a more personal, tailored experience. De Vere Reserve has been designed purposefully to cater for the ever-growing desire for a more luxurious, personalised offer and we’ve worked hard to put together an offering that does just that.”