​​Terre Blanche Hotel Spa Golf Resort is celebrating its 20-year anniversary with refreshed restaurants, as well as a Michelin-starred six hands dinner and an array of curated partnerships.

For the anniversary season, two of the resort’s restaurants – Michelin-starred Le Faventia and gourmet restaurant Le Gaudina – have undergone a renovation by French Riviera based architect Philippe Bonino from Phira agency.

The redesign sought to redefine the spaces whilst retaining the spirit and identity of the restaurants. The design team reused as much of the existing furniture as possible by restoring elements, such as the chairs, with a view to ethical consumption and a focus on the details.

At Le Gaudina, the walls have been covered using Marmorino, a technique which originated from Italian stucco and is accented by large porcelain stone wall bases by Marazzi. The walls have been fitted wooden panels in an acoustic structure, with the addition of a set of illuminating stained-glass windows made exclusively for this project and a line-up of chandeliers, designed by Thomas O’Brien.

At Le Faventia meanwhile, the design thread continues with the same wall treatment, enhanced by a composition of glass, mirror and bronze glazing within the restaurant’s four large wall alcoves which exhibit abstract paintings.

The new fabrics and trimmings have been chosen from French houses including Rubelli, Nobilis, Canovas and Houles, which add to the restaurants’ timeless and elegant surroundings.

“Throughout the renovation process, we remained committed to preserving the soul of Le Faventia and Le Gaudina,” says Philippe Bonino. “To achieve this, we carefully curated a selection of high-quality, luxurious, and natural materials, embracing the beauty of raw elements. Every detail was chosen to enhance the dining experience and evoke a sense of timeless sophistication, in harmony with the exceptional quality of the art collections on display.”

La Guadina has reopened its doors with an updated bar concept, whilst the resort’s Michelin-starred restaurant Le Faventia, which offers panoramic views over the unspoilt villages and the hills of the Pays de Fayence, will reopen on Thursday April 18.