Revamped hotel open for business

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A hotel has reopened following a £225, 000 makeover.

The Brentwood Hotel, close to Rotherham town centre, completed renovations in May.

It now includes new room features such as luxury Hypnos beds, 40-inch flat screen TVs and a modern colour scheme throughout.

The revamped venue also now boasts an improved online booking system at, while customers are also being offered a reward card scheme that gives guests either a free breakfast or £5 off every room each night.

Improvements to the 28-bedroom hotel form part of an investment programme being rolled out across the Good Night Inns hotel brand nationwide.

Matthew Gaunt, business development manager at the hotel, said he expects the revamp to help improve visitor numbers to the area.

He said: “I am delighted to be part of this investment which will no doubt encourage more guests to come and spend time in Rotherham.

“This is also great news for local businesses, as it will be of great benefit to have a quality hotel so close to Rotherham town centre.

“Our new modernised hotel will ensure that we can continue to meet the needs of our guests and offer them a fantastic bedroom and a great breakfast.

“We also continue to serve meals in the adjoining Flaming Grill throughout the day.”

The hotel is a converted Grade II listed building which dates back more than 100 years.

It retains Georgian-style stone-built walls and is set in extensive grounds, flanked by towering trees.

Good Night Inns has 40 hotels throughout the UK, including the Rockingham Arms Hotel on the outskirts of Rotherham in Wentworth.