As many of our regular guests will know, Delphi Lodge has its own unique ambiance and character. Therefore we are committed to ensure that any works we undertake must be approached with the utmost sympathy and care, this said we undertook two phases of work in 2011.
Phase one in February involved changing the use of Room 10, which had been a bedroom, into what is now a very traditional style Angler’s Rest. With oak floors, old cabinets, a rustic lunch table, fishing memorabilia, an open fire and of course – our Fishery Manager David McEvoy’s desk.
In addition to this room we extended the Rod Room and Drying Room and completely overhauled the office back to the old style room it had once been. A very open and informal office, where all are welcome to come and chat.
Phase two took place in October and November, and involved ripping our eight of our bathrooms which , having become quite shabby and dated but not in an antique way, simply had to go. These bathrooms are now completely rebuilt and style to the highest standard. We have also pressurised the showers to these new bathrooms.
Early in 2012 we will be re-carpeting our stairs, halls and landing. We are also delighted to announce that we also have a new luxury Family Suite available for next season in place of what used to be a little used Conference Room on the first floor.