November 21, 2012
Looks like England's on a roll with these creatively re-purposed hotels. After news about the Admiralty Arch being turned into a 100-room hotel smack in the center of London, the Daily Mail is reporting that the Wood Norton house in Evesham, Worcestershire is getting another go around as a hotel.
A little background: the property, which was built in 1897, originally functioned as a hunting lodge for European royalty like Prince Philippe, Duke of Orleans. Then, in 1939, it was bought by the BBC, who used it as an emergency broadcasting center (or, we should say, centre) during World War II, and remained there for over 60 years (episodes of "Doctor Who" were filmed here).
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