Butcombe Brewery has reopened its pub with rooms near Bath following a complete top-to-toe renovation.
The pub group, which revealed ambitious plans to double its portfolio across the country in 2017, has relaunched The Quarryman’s Arms in Box after a two-week makeover, that has seen its bar space, restaurant and four boutique bedrooms updated.
The project will bring a further boost to the venue, which also launches a new autumn menu inspired by Calum Franklin at Holborn Dining Room in London.
The main bar area has been refreshed with newly upholstered furniture and local artwork while the carved wooden bar has been brought back to life.
The restaurant now has new carpets and heritage teal green washed walls, while the snug, with its fire surround (designed as a 1/50 scale replica of the Box Tunnel entrance), has also been revamped and can be used for small functions or private dining.
Gemma Hampton, Butcombe Brewery’s operations manager, said: “We’re delighted with the new look pub and can’t wait to show the regulars and guests what we’ve done.”