All 20 rooms in the original house at Ballynahinch Castle Hotel were recently refurbished by London-based Bryan O’Sullivan Studio, 18 classic rooms & two superiors
along with the main stairs.
Fully completed last month, the refurbishment of the guest rooms in the original part of the house was carefully undertaken, with consideration for the affection in which many regular guests hold their favourite rooms at Ballynahinch.
“Bryan O’Sullivan Studio brought depth and luxury to these classic rooms while retaining the character and authenticity of the house,” says general manager Patrick O’Flaherty, who has been at the hotel for the past 22 years. “Individual responses to each room’s unique shape size and aspect using beautiful materials and well thought out colour schemes and lighting have ensured that the nature of the house was retained while the experience is significantly enhanced. Our regular visitors are delighted that their favourite rooms have retained that special character that they love so much.”
“It was an honour to work on such a special project,” says Bryan O’Sullivan of BOS Studio. “Ballynahinch for us stands out over any other hotel of its class as being beautifully unspoilt and magical. We were very conscious for our design intervention to be sympathetic to the fabric of the building. We were hopeful that the loyal guests would feel like they were returning home after the refurbishment and for the rooms to feel like they had always been decorated this way.”