The Hedgeford Lodge
The design aims to represent a historically rich building. It has plenty of heritage features to help create the impression of a grand house. The exterior of the building remains largely the same. We have replaced the aging, yellowing paint with a new white coat and re-rendered any parts of the building that needed it to make it look as good as it would have in 1831.
Once through the lobby, visitors will find themselves in a light and spacious orangery with poseur height tables and chairs. This comprises most of the vertical drinking area. To the back of the room sits the bar which has a rich dark timber front. The design of the bar is an interpretation of the original bar that sat in the lodge back when it was the local watering hole trading under the name The Anglesey.
The materials and patterns used throughout the design make reference to the rich historical context in which this building sits.
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