Crown Hotel Boston Spa set to reopen after £1.2M revamp
The Crown Hotel in Boston Spa near Wetherby will reopen to the public on Wednesday 26th May following a 9-year closure.
The Grade II listed building has undergone an extensive renovation over the past 12 months costing in the region of £1.2 million.
Under the new ownership of Further Afield Pubs (behind the successful overhaul of The Beck & Call in Meanwood), the venture aims to revive a village institution, reinstating it as a venue for the local community creating at least 25 local jobs.
The Crown Hotel will feature an open kitchen, private dining space and a newly constructed conservatory, named The Stables, which will sit amongst a newly landscaped garden.
General Manager, Chris Impett said: “We’re really excited to get the place open and welcome the community back to their local after so many years of it being stood empty. It will be a pub for that quick pint after a long day’s graft, as well as somewhere to meet friends and family for a meal in our new contemporary dining area.”
The Crown Hotel will serve a seasonal menu incorporating produce from local and regional Yorkshire suppliers, including prime meat cuts and fresh fish caught by line on the East Coast, landed exclusively by day boat.
Chris said: “You can expect the likes of beer-battered haddock and chips, steak and treacle ale pie, and a traditional roast served with all the trimmings every Sunday. We’ll also have imaginative vegetarian and vegan dishes.”
28 High Street, Boston Spa, Wetherby, Leeds, LS23 6AL