Milsoms Hotels reopens The Pier at Harwich following £1.5m reinvestment


Milsoms Hotels and Restaurants has reopened The Pier at Harwich following a £1.5m reinvestment, that has seen it transformed in a bid to become East Anglia’s number one coastal destination for food and drink.

The 14-bed property, which is one of four hotels in the luxury family-owned Milsoms portfolio, has been completely revamped with the brasserie, which is now located on the first floor, with an all-day dining menu and a focus on fish and shellfish.

The stripped back and raw textured interior, designed by Geraldine Milsom, makes reference to the industrious and hardworking Harwich port.

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Navyärd on the ground floor is a continental bar and terrace adjacent to the working harbour. The name is derived from the historic links that Harwich holds with Scandinavia and wider Europe.

The wines, beers, ales, drinks list and a gin library have been sourced from across Europe and are complemented throughout the day by Nordic-inspired small-plated food.

Paul Milsom, managing director said: ‘I am sure I feel very much like my father Gerald did in 1978 when he first opened The Pier restaurant. Proud of the investment we have made in this wonderful building, delighted with the team of hospitality professionals (led by our general manager, Chris Beardsmore) who we have recruited and excited by the potential of our business here in historic Harwich a town with untapped potential for tourism, particularly as we look forward to 2020 and the celebration of the Harwich association with the Mayflower 400 years ago.”


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