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Kelham Hall will now be a 103-bedroom hotel ­— an increase on the original 71 bedrooms


By Rachel Armitage


An additional 32 bedrooms will be available at a soon-to-be created luxury hotel.

The owner of Kelham Hall, Jonathan Pass, has applied to turn the 19th century building into a luxury 103-bedroom hotel, complete with a spa and restaurant ­— an increase on the original 71 bedrooms proposed.

Averham, Kelham and Staythorpe Parish Council objected to the latest planning application, saying the additional bed spaces created were a departure from the original concept of a luxury hotel and were concerned as to the capability of the existing services infrastructure to cope with the overall number of rooms now proposed.



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