A BROADWAY hotel is undergoing a four-million pound renovation project, including a new seafood restaurant.

The Fish will also have revamped interiors, three treehouses, ten new bedrooms in the coach house, and five hideaway huts.

These will join the recently renovated six bedroom farmhouse.

The new restaurant, named Hook will launch on Tuesday March 6, under the guidance of two-Michelin star chef Martin Burge, Farncombe Estate's culinary director.

Signature dishes include Porthilly rock oysters, poached blue chip salmon, whole baked seabass and lobster thermidor.

The all-day restaurant will welcome both hotel guests and non-residents, with outdoor seating on the terrace for alfresco dining in the summer months.

The new-look restaurant will feature an open kitchen, 360-fire and cosy corners.

Come the Springtime, ten new bedrooms will be added to the Coach House, an original coaching inn with views over the Vale of Evesham.

In the main lodge, guests will be greeted by a new-look. To the right, a new boot room designed in conjunction with The Original Muck Boot Company will provide guests with boots for loan, maps for the area and walking equipment.

To time with the re-opening, the hotel will be launching a number of additional family-friendly features.

A screening room with capacity for up to 15 people showing a range of films, a soon-to-launch ‘film and supper’ club for both Fish residents and locals to enjoy will run monthly, kicking off in May.

Meanwhile an eight-obstacle dog agility course and kids play zone created using recycled wood from across the estate will keep little ones and furry friends amused.