Flagship Site For New Luxury Holiday Brand To Open In North Yorkshire
Phil Hopkins, Arts & Travel Editor
A luxury holiday company is set to open its flagship experience in Pickering, North Yorkshire next summer, following an investment of £45million and the creation of 250 jobs.
Beyond Escapes will bring a brand-new concept for the staycation market to Yorkshire, offering guests the ultimate holiday experience with boutique-style, high quality accommodation and top-class facilities.
The brand’s philosophy is to create the perfect escape that is accessible to everyone and caters for all. Each of the BE experiences will be unique, embracing the individuality of the locality whilst providing an array of quality accommodation options and high-spec ancillary facilities, including BE Tempted restaurant and BE You Spa and Gym, all available to guests and locals alike.
After the completion of its two-phase opening plan, Beyond Escapes North Yorkshire will welcome more than 1,000 guests when at full capacity, in accommodation options including BE Lux Little Lodges, to one, two, three and four-bedroom BE Deluxe Lodges with private hot tubs and four-bedroom Deluxe Lakeside Villas.
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“Pickering has been our home from the beginning, so when it came time to select a base for our flagship experience there was never any doubt that it would be here. Yorkshire is such a diverse region, and we can’t wait to introduce more visitors to the area, so they can discover for themselves all that it has to offer.
Beyond Escapes’ primary location will open near Totnes, Devon in February 2018, and will be the first of be several destinations launched over the next five years.
For further details about Beyond Escapes, please visit http://beyondescapes.co.uk/
Flagship Site For New Luxury Holiday Brand To Open In North Yorkshire, 16th December 2017, 11:23 AM