Oakroyd Guest House is a 9 bedroom property in Ingleton, which has been redeveloped into a 6 room family guest house. The property has been redesigned for three generation families, with generously sized living and kitchen spaces, accommodating 12 people.
HPA’s design process for this project has been guided by a fusion of contemporary and traditional design that complement one another. The result being a scheme that combines Victorian period details with more minimalist material elements, featuring a range of sophisticated colour tones.
A key focus for this project was the reinstatement of the properties’ period features and historic details. This includes the restoration of the ceiling roses and dado rail, elevating the history of this property. Alongside the grand period features, traditional materials have been used with modern detailing to reflect its new status as a contemporary holiday destination.
We worked closely with our client Phil White and project manager Rob Maclese, who were able to share their ideas and knowledge with us throughout the project. By creating a 3D model of the property, Phil was able to gain a real understanding of the finishes selected, testing out design ideas with the team before we commenced works.
The owner Rob was also able to assist HPA with the construction process, and provided guidance on retrofitting the property, as well as thermal improvements that take into account its significance and building structure.