Loch Fyne trusted Fileturn to fit out its new ‘restaurant with rooms’ in a historic building in Kenilworth. The property, which combines a 110-seat Loch Fyne restaurant with a 30 room hotel, dates back to the 15th century.
The project drew on Fileturn’s experience in heritage buildings and the hotel sector as well as its usual restaurant brief.
Fileturn has been proud to support Loch Fyne’s national expansion programme over the last five years, having been appointed to fit out restaurants in locations as diverse as Edinburgh, Newcastle, Chelmsford, Leeds, Sheffield and Didsbury.
Many of the sites are unusual and historic buildings, fitted out with a mixture of new, reclaimed and bespoke materials, such as an orangery hand built by Fileturn’s master joiners for Loch Fyne’s Grade 2 listed Farnham restaurant.