Palé Hall to increase bedrooms and revamp restaurant in New Year refurbishment

Pale Hall

Palé Hall in Wales is to undergo a refurbishment that will see new rooms introduced and the bar and restaurant reimagined in a project set for completion by May 2020.

The 18-bedroom hotel, owned by Alan and Angela Harper, will increase its bedroom count from 18 to 22-23 with the addition of guest houses on the grounds to include The Barn, The Garden Cottage and two Coach House Suites.

In January, Palé Hall increase covers in the restaurant from 48 to 60 following the refurbishment. The bar, to be called The Huntsman, will offer bistro-style dining and casual seating.

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The 3 AA Rosette Henry Roberton Dining room will move the former drawing room and serve Palé Hall’s afternoon tea and fine dining menu by head chef Gareth Stevenson.

Dating back to the late 19th century, the house was restored by owners Alan and Angela to its former glory in 2016.  

In January 2019, Debbie Coppadona was appointed general manager.

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