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Staffordshire’s Tawny Hotel reveals exciting new development plans

Following a wildly successful launch in 2021, the independently owned Tawny Hotel in rural Staffordshire reveals a substantial renewable energy initiative alongside expansion plans to introduce The Fledglings – a collection of new high-end private rental properties.


Having established a brilliant reputation for hospitality within beautiful design, The Tawny are taking the next steps in expanding the hotel’s offering. The Fledglings – a collection of three brand new luxury serviced rentals will launch from December 2023, offering guests all the benefits of the hotel’s services but in their own space.

The Tawny’s three new rentals are nestled in the stunning Staffordshire countryside with views over the Churnet Valley and beyond. Deliberately curated to feel like an extension of hotel, each comes complete with a personalised concierge service. A  Fledgling host is available to tailor bespoke arrangements and itineraries for guests, from firepit & marshmallow packages to private dining experiences, pop-up cinema nights, pamper hampers and lots more.

Each property is individual, yet all are beautifully designed taking inspiration from the natural surroundings, bringing a sense of the outdoors in and include an outdoor spa bath.

The first of ‘The Fledglings’ opens for stays over this festive season. Hidden away in a secluded setting lies  Kestrel Cottage. Steeped in history, this quirky property is part nestled into the bank and has been fully restored to the highest standard. Guests can enjoy 4 ensuite bedrooms and stunning interiors equipped with a games room, private bar, landscaped gardens, and an outdoor heated swimming pool.  Kestrel Cottage – sleeps 8 / 4 bedrooms

Falcon Farmhouse, an idyllic countryside escape for 8 with its own plunge pool and outdoor entertaining area opens in the Spring 2024, with a third, exciting property opening in Spring 2025.

The Fledglings will be available for 7-night stays and short breaks..


In a forward-thinking approach to hospitality, The Tawny hotel has committed to the installation of over 100 new solar panels and solar batteries later this year, alongside 14 EV chargers for guest use.

The new renewable energy investment means the hotel will generate and use more renewable energy, enough to power a large proportion of the day-to-day operations  resulting in a forecasted 20-ton decrease in carbon emissions.

Josh Chadwick, The Tawny Hotel’s General Manager, says: “This next phase of development marks an exciting step in our sustainability journey. As pioneers of doing things differently, as we have with our deconstructed hotel design, we look forward to embracing this new state-of-the-art technology to enhance our services.”


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