Luxury Family Hotels has announced the appointment of Teresa Kingston as permanent Group Revenue Director.
“We are delighted to be welcoming Teresa to the team, her extensive experience will be a valuable asset especially during this period of exciting development which sees the refurbishment of New Park Manor underway, following in the footsteps of Fowey Hall and Moonfleet Manor which were renovated last year,” said Adam Dyke, Group Operations Director.
With over 20 years experience in hospitality, Teresa brings a wealth of knowledge to the role. Most recently, Teresa worked as the Commercial Director at the 5 Red Star Rockliffe Hall Hotel, Golf and Spa Resort where she was responsible for driving revenue and profitability. Additionally, she served a tenure at Rockliffe Hall during which time she was awarded the winner of the 2022 Hotel Catey category of “Revenue Manager of the year”, placing her in excellent stead to succeed at Luxury Family Hotels as Group Revenue Director.
“I am very excited to join the Luxury Family Hotels team. I have long been an admirer of its beautiful properties, and I look forward to supporting the brand’s development during such an exciting and transitional time,” said Teresa Kingston, Group Revenue Director.
Luxury Family Hotels is a collection of five family-focused hotels with distinct personalities across southern England. These include Fowey Hall in Cornwall, a Victorian manor house overlooking the Fowey Estuary, as well as Moonfleet Manor, a sprawling country estate with views of Dorset’s Jurassic Coast. Nestled in the heart of the West Country is Woolley Grange, a secluded Jacobean manor house on the edge of historic wool town Bradford-on-Avon, while former hunting lodge New Park Manor is surrounded by the natural beauty and wildlife of the New Forest. For stays a little further north, Italianate palace The Ickworth near Bury St Edmunds in Suffolk sits within the stunning 1,800 acre National Trust estate.