The Bull Hotel in Fairford has reopened following an extensive refurbishment, spearheaded by its new owners Arkell’s Brewery.
The historic pub closed its doors six months ago while the renovation was carried out, with its bars, kitchen and bedrooms all going under the knife.
The new-look 15th century property is home to 21 boutique bedrooms, which have all been given a lift, plus an 80-seater private dining room in the hotel’s original stable block at the back of the building.
The old block now has artwork across its ceiling and a garden courtyard.
The bar was opened at the end of March while the restaurants are set to launch within the next few weeks.
James Arkell, brewery chairman, said: “The brewery’s investment in a substantial upgrade of the town’s most prominent building in Fairford market place will add real value to one of the Cotswold’s prettiest towns.
“The Arkell’s family has lived in and around Fairford for generations, so the town has a particularly special place in our hearts,” added James. “It’s brilliant to bring The Bull Hotel right up to the 21st century.”