Premium garden furniture brand Bramblecrest has announced a new partnership with Dormy House, the award-winning Cotswolds rural retreat hotel & SPA.
The collaboration has resulted in a newly designed ‘Bramblecrest Back Garden’ concept in the lush gardens at Dormy House, connected to the Michelin rated Back Garden restaurant and MO, the chef’s table dining experience.
The Bramblecrest Back Garden features multiple branded zones for drinking, dining, and relaxing outdoors, showcasing a range of their popular garden furniture, including the classic style Sahara sets in the main Back Garden patio as well as the intimate Pagoda at the end of the garden. Also on display is Bramblecrest’s modern La Rochelle corner sofa and bench set with a showstopping firepit centerpiece positioned on a raised terrace platform for special cosy moments.
Other key design elements in the Bramblecrest Back Garden include statement outdoor mirrors, a picture-perfect wooden trellis covered in vines and an abundance of colourful potted plants for a scenic English garden experience. As a finishing touch, Bramblecrest has added a selection of their best-selling accessories including assorted scatter cushions, outdoor rugs and festoon lighting giving a homely atmosphere and inspiration for how to create a seamless indoor-outdoor living space.
Dormy House guests can also enjoy a bespoke Bramblecrest Back Garden Spritz cocktail with freshly picked herbs from the garden’s vegetable patch, as well as an exclusive discount code for future Bramblecrest furniture purchases.
Commenting on the partnership Charlotte Baron, Marketing Manager for Bramblecrest said: “Partnering with Dormy House is the perfect match for Bramblecrest, in terms of style and setting. Bringing together our two brands, both equally passionate about outdoor living, has allowed us to create a wonderful experience for the guests and visitors of Dormy House. We look forward to expanding the Bramblecrest Back Garden concept further, over time.”
In addition, Dormy House’s Executive General Manager, Stephen Browning, added: “We are thrilled with the outcome of the Bramblecrest Back Garden and believe this space has transformed an important part of this countryside hotel where guests really want to connect with nature and enjoy the fresh air as much as possible. Already we’ve had amazing feedback from guests, and after seeing the space in person, many have moved existing indoor restaurant bookings to sit here instead. Our Operations team have also been flooded with interest and enquiries about the furniture sets and firepit so we are confident that they will be re-creating their own Bramblecrest Back Gardens at home.”
The Bramblecrest Back Garden at Dormy House is the first phase of an ongoing partnership with Farncombe, with plans in the works for additional branded collaborations.