The Cleveland Tontine hotel and restaurant in Staddlebridge has now unveiled its new look following a £1m makeover under its new ownership.
The hotel was acquired last summer by Yorkshire-based Provenance Inns and Hotels Group and has now relaunched after extensive work which saw its public areas and dining room, bar and bistro transformed and new menus introduced.
Provenance Inns chairman Chris Blundell said that when the opportunity arose to acquire The Cleveland, the proposition ‘fitted exceptionally well with the other locations’.
The inn was built in 1804 on the edge of the North York Moors and is a listed building.
The main entrance has been refurbished and the bistro has been reconfigured. The new bar features a bespoke wine storage area to complement the Tontine’s new menu.
Elsewhere, the dining room, reception and cocktail bar have all been refurbished, and there has been an extension and upgrade to the kitchen.
The Provenance Inns portfolio consists of a total of seven pubs with rooms or hotels, including The West Park Hotel in Harrogate and The Punch Bowl in York.