Extensive refurbishment sees Coventry pub open new boutique bedrooms


A refurbishment project at a gastropub in Meriden near Coventry has seen the unveiling of new boutique bedrooms and the expansion of the restaurant, bar and dining area.

The Bull’s Head has now reopened following the renovation, which saw its public areas updated with a more modern and contemporary feel and its 13 bedrooms redesigned in a boutique style

The bedrooms have been named after iconic motorcycles as a tribute to the nearby National Motorcycle Museum and a nod to Meriden once being the home of Triumph Motorcycles.

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The refurbishment has also heralded the arrival of a new seasonal menu.

Speaking to the Coventry Telegraph, general manager Ian Weller said: “The Bull’s Head is a hugely popular pub and provides a hub for the local community, so we’re really excited to be part of the team as it begins its next chapter.

“The stunning changes have allowed us to create a modern, stylish look and feel to the pub and hotel, while still preserving its unique historical features, and 16th century architecture.”

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