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The Cottage Hotel in Devon is a quintessential British seaside establishment: idyllic and appealing, it offers spectacular views of the scenic Hope Cove while providing guests with a high-standard of traditional hospitality. The hotel's coastal location has plays a significant role in its history: over decades, numerous ships have been wrecked in and around Hope Cove while fishing boats still trawl its waters today. Looking out over the bay, the hotel bar represents a focal point of the building so the owners decided to give the room a maritime theme as part of the wider refurbishment - they wanted their heating system to be a part of the aesthetic effect.
The Cottage Hotel's bar already includes several maritime features which contribute to the room's overall atmosphere, but the owners also wanted to reference some of the famous shipwrecks which occurred around the Cove. The bar itself is a popular spot for both guests and locals which meant high customer turnover and creating a consistent temperature would be factors for any new heating installation. As with any drinking or dining area, space was a consideration - the new heating system would have to provide sufficient room for covers.
Redwell Private Print panels were installed against the bar walls. Each was printed with black and white photographs depicting episodes from the Cottage Hotel's maritime heritage, including the famous wreck of the Herzogin Cecilie and the crew of another wreck, The Tajandoen. Powered 100% by electricity, the panels could be connected to the hotel's mains supply, meaning no significant additional work or time added to the refurbishment.