The new luxury Loftus Hall complex in Wexford will be known as Ladyville House
Loftus Hall’s new luxury resort will be called Ladyville House.
Owners Press Up Hospitality Group have announced the stylish name for the hotel, which is expected to open in the second half of next year.
Work is proceeding apace inside the old home to restore it to its former glory, with some modern tweaks and luxurious additions.
Details of Press Up Hospitality Group’s ambitious plans for Loftus Hall on the Hook Peninsula in County Wexford were revealed in last week’s edition.
Owner Paddy McKillen Jnr plans to open the hotel by the end of the summer, with all 22 rooms offering absolute luxury to guests.
People can expect 7-foot four-poster beds, specially designed furniture for each bedroom, with five bedrooms offering 180-degree sea views on both sides of the peninsula, with a bathtub located next to all five Windows.
Greenhouses are planned for the gardens where the vegetables and fruit for the paneled kitchen will be grown.
The 180-seat restaurant located on the site of the former restaurant in the building’s annex will feature a reclaimed wooden barrel ceiling from Belfast, with a dramatic fireplace to add to the building’s historic ambience. A polished cast concrete island bar is planned, while a 120-seat terrace is planned.
An outdoor swimming pool is also planned, as well as a separate shebeen bar with comforters.