Manor plans £2.5 million suite of ten luxury rooms

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A MULTIMILLION-POUND suite of luxury guestrooms are due to be built at one of the Island's best-known hotels after plans were given the go-ahead.

The owners of Longueville Manor in St Saviour have been given permission to build a complex of ten new rooms by a Planning applications panel.

The plans, which were advertised earlier this year, came before the panel last week.

Malcolm Lewis, the hotel's owner, described the suites as contemporary and said they used a mixture of materials.

'It will be glass and steel and also some granite finishing as well,' he said.

'It's quite a daring proposal, but we have argued all along that we are very conscientious of the historic aspects of Longueville Manor.'

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