Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.
In this month’s issue we find out more about the Cheshire based pub, The Nags Head which has recently been taken over and restored by Ribble Valley Inns. We also explore what the recently renovated The Black Bull now has on offer, as well as taking a closer look at the fantastic beachside public house; The Anchor Inn.
In June 2014, Lancashire-based premium pub group Ribble Valley Inns took over The Nag’s Head. The traditional venue represents everything that a fine Cheshire pub should be, offering good food, great service and a fantastic and extensive selection of drinks. The venue has room for up to 150 covers inside – with additional dining space outside – and a bowling green, kitchen garden, horse bays and even stocks.
In this month’s edition readers can also learn about the historic charm of The Black Bull Inn which is situated in the pretty rural village of Moulton, North Yorkshire. Thanks to a £2 million investment, a little TLC and some good old-fashioned hospitality it is now open seven days a week and pulling in the punters.
The highly anticipated opening in April 2014 was led by the Foreign Secretary William Hague, Conservative MP for Richmond, North Yorkshire. As well as providing the perfect dining setting, The Black Bull Inn is wowing guests with an a la carte menu designed to showcase the very best produce that Yorkshire has to offer.
Located in the hamlet of Seatown, near Chideock in Dorset, The Anchor Inn is a fantastic public house providing great service, good food and delicious drinks. Leading South West brewery company, Palmers Brewery, has invested £1 million into The Anchor Inn in order to carry out a magnificent makeover. The Anchor now provides customers with the best quality experience possible, whilst maintaining all the character traits that made the pub such a success in the first place.