LUXURY destinations in Broadway, the Dormy House Hotel and Foxhill Manor, have welcomed two new faces to their teams.
Experienced food and beverage manager Tim Healey, 29, is now leading the team at the newly-refurbished 40-bedroom Dormy House Hotel and spa in the Cotswolds.
Meanwhile, 31-year-old Mirek Krawczyk, who was butler to race-horse owner J.P. McManus, has become house butler at the new exclusive-use venue Foxhill Manor.
Mr Healey comes to Dormy from Danesfield House Hotel in Buckinghamshire, where the restaurant had 4 AA Rosettes and a Michelin star.
He said: "I am delighted to have joined Dormy House, as I love the refurbishment which has transformed the hotel. I am also very excited and privileged to be overseeing Foxhill Manor, a wonderfully appointed private house for weddings, house parties and corporate stays."
For Mr Krawczyk, who was born and raised in Evesham, it's a return to the area to take on the newly-created role of house butler at Foxhill Manor.
"I'm looking forward to taking on a fabulous new challenge at Foxhill Manor," said Mirek. "The Manor is a special place in the most idyllic setting. I am very lucky and proud to call it my manor and will put my years of service and professionalism into making it a success."