Retirement village and fine dining restaurant, Audley Clevedon, in Ben Rhydding, has completed a grand refurbishment to refresh and update its facilities.
The 10-week project has seen a full renovation including the bar and restaurant areas, which host regular live music and themed nights. Other areas such as the spa and salon have also been updated with a complete make over and new furniture and to reflect the investment made.
The 23-acre site which boasts views across the Wharfe Valley, has been renovated by Jen Bernard of Bernard Interiors, an award-winning interior design studio based in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Of the project, Jen said: “The colour palette used at Audley Clevedon was drawn from its panoramic countryside setting. Rich and earthy greens combined with stone blues and wildflower yellows are representative of the spectacular views reaching out over Ilkley and the surrounding moors. Framed maps of the area along with bicycle prints appropriately adorn the walls in the bar bistro, giving a nod to the now famous ‘Tour de Yorkshire’, promoting discussion and socialisation.”
Jen Hill-Wickham, general manager at Audley Clevedon, added: “We aim for excellence here at Audley Clevedon and the Clevedon restaurant. I am extremely excited to welcome old and new guests to come along and experience our upgraded facilities and know that our careful planning, designing and developments will undoubtedly enhance the visitor experience here.”
To celebrate Audley Clevedon’s new look, the team is officially unveiling the refurbishment by hosting an evening of champagne and canapés on for staff and residents to enjoy.