We’ve recently added an additional internal wall, seperating rooms 1 & 2 (also known as Oriental and Gothic Nights).
There was already a sound insulated stud wall between the two rooms, and despite not being able to hear much at all between the rooms anyway, this is still something we wanted to improve upon (as all the other rooms have solid brick work between each room).
As the floor itself wasn’t able to support additional solid brick work, we’ve essentially added a second internal wall. This is just a few inches wider than the original wall, this has been filled with additional special sound absorbing materials, using special sound plaster board, and also makes that dividing wall a ‘double cavity’ wall (much like triple glazing, but in this case for a wall).
We know this has made a great improvement to both rooms, and our repeat guests staying in both rooms have also confirmed that whereas before if there was a heated discussion late at night, they might have heard the background of muffled voices through the wall, now they can’t hear a thing.
The affected walls have also been repainted as before, so there are no obivous variations even to the looking eye. We’re quite pleased that of our regular guests can’t even spot insignificant rooms size change either (by a few inches) within the Gothic room.
So we hope you like it too!