The historic Culloden Estate & Spa in Belfast has undergone a £1 million refurbishment that includes upgrades to the kitchen, banqueting suites and the spa. All rooms and suites have also been kitted out with new, luxurious Cloud beds and significant landscaping has taken place to create the hotel’s own herb garden.
The hotel, which stands in 12 acres of beautiful secluded gardens and woodlands, was once the official palace for the Bishops of Down and it is from this piece of history that inspiration has been drawn for the new Crozier Lounge.
The Crozier Lounge, named after the last bishop to leave the Culloden in the days when it was a holy seat, provides a relaxed space for guests to enjoy food and drink throughout the day. A new menu has been put together that includes teas, coffees, wines, cocktails and a selection of tempting dishes, along with an extensive gin menu that features around 14 different types from around the world, as well as a new signature afternoon tea with Hendrick’s Gin.