Thursday, 2 June 2011

New Savoir Faire at Tregenna Castle Hotel

Tregenna Castle Hotel has appointed a new Operations Manager, Ludovic Borghi.

Having grown up in France, Ludovic brings a wealth of five star experience to the St Ives hotel that ranges from winning national cocktail competitions to launching the first bar for over 100 years in London’s famous Claridges Hotel.

Ludovic developed the bar for the first five star hotel in Wales and he also was an important part of the team awarded 1 Michelin Star and the Leading Hotels of the World status for the Lygon Arms in Broadway, Worcestershire.

This latest recruitment is part of Tregenna Castle’s focus on offering the best food and drink in the area. The new imaginative menu is created from fresh ingredients that are locally and ethically sourced wherever possible.

Seafood takes centre stage and diners can enjoy the best of the local catch with stunning seaviews over the St Ives Bay. The new Operations Manager has also invited St Austell Brewery to supply all the beverages, Cornwall’s award winning independent family brewers established in 1851.

Ludovic is excited about this new opportunity:

“I am looking forward to running Tregenna’s restaurants and bars on a day to day basis as it is such a magnificent place. With these sea views, the castle and the grounds to enjoy it couldn’t be a more beautiful place to enjoy delicious local food and drink.”

Operations Director James Parker is pleased to have recruited Ludovic:

“Ludovic has outstanding bar and restaurant management experience that promises the best in food, drink and service to Tregenna Castle’s guests and visitors. Likewise, his involvement means excellent communication with our local fresh produce suppliers.”

Standing in a 72 acre estate, Tregenna Castle Hotel is well-loved for its far reaching sea views. Although frequently used by hotel guests, the restaurant is open to non-residents throughout the year.

Locals wishing to try Tregenna Castle’s restaurant can enjoy a three course Sunday lunch for £14.95 per head, accompanied by live jazz.

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