Clevedon Hall Hotel

Client               Clevedon Hall Hotel Completed       2016 Architect         childs+suzmann architects

 

English Heritage Grade II Listed Clevedon Hall was built in 1853 for Conrad Finzel, a German sugar merchant It was originally known as Frankfurt Hall. The grounds were laid out in typical mid-19th century style, with both formal and informal elements combined

Refurbishment of upper two floors to create 25 5* Hotel rooms. Complete replacement of heating system with new biomass boiler plant serving cast iron radiators High quality LED lamp lighting design to reduce energy whilst maintaining the aesthetic quality requirements Wireless technology due to difficulty in distributing electrical services