Marston’s premium arm leads recovery with £500,000 refurbishment project

Hartford Hall, Northwich

Revere Pub Company – the premium arm of Marston’s – is set to expand its portfolio with the launch of Hartford Hall in Northwich, Cheshire next month.

The pub has undergone a £500,000 refurbishment and become part of the now 16-strong Revere Pub Company group.

Formerly a nunnery and manor house dating back to 16th century, the pub will retain original quirks including oak beams and open fires, together with a 150-cover modern bar and dining space, 200-cover garden and 20 boutique hotel rooms.

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Seasonal menus will focus on fresh, quality pub classics, alongside a selection of contemporary dishes and the brand’s signature chargrilled steaks, plus a menu of sourdough pizzas and roasts every Sunday.

Food will be coupled with an expertly crafted cocktail list, together with a selection of local cask ales and extensive wine list, including bottles from small producers.

Matt Bygate, head of operations at Revere Pub Company, said: “After a tough year for our industry, we are delighted to announce the latest opening of Hartford Hall on School Lane. In time for summer staycations, the new pub with rooms is a welcome addition to the Revere Pub Company family and marks the continued growth of the company.”

Revere Pub Company was established almost 10 years ago and comprises an eclectic collection of 16 country pub restaurants, 10 of which have rooms.

Pubs specialise in seasonally changing menus, offering a variety of pub classics, crisp sourdough pizzas and charcoal oven-cooked steaks, coupled with extensive wine lists and cocktail menus.

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