Hydes Brewery is celebrating its first month of success since opening its debut 15-bedroom boutique hotel in December.
After a financial injection from The Royal Bank of Scotland, The Abel Heywood, which is set in the Northern Quarter of Manchester, opened on December 12.
Hydes Brewery currently has a portfolio of 60 pubs across the North West and North Wales and the launch of The Abel Heywood created 40 jobs for the local area.
Speaking to Manchester Evening News, managing director Chris Hopkins said: "Given our success over the years and our investment in the north west, The Abel Heywood is an extension of our commitment to Manchester.
"We have developed this large island site in the Northern Quarter as a high quality city centre pub with dining rooms and boutique hotel bedrooms.
"This site has got off to a tremendous start and has attracted very positive feedback. We are confident that the Abel Heywood is a great addition to Manchester’s booming Northern Quarter and a real flagship for Hydes in the city centre.
"We are excited about the opportunities this will bring and our contribution to the local economy in terms of employment."