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The Crown Inn unveils refurbished self-catering cottage as part of expansion under new owners

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Locally owned pub-turned-hotel, The Crown Inn, has opened a fully refurbished, self-catering cottage and connected one-bed Studio, as its new owners look to build on business.

Located next door to the pub in the village of Church Enstone, the new cottage covers three floors with a master bedroom and attic space, alongside a connected open plan studio with private access.

The Crown Inn was bought by locals Victoria and George Irvine in May 2018 and the redeveloped ‘Crown Cottage’ is the latest expansion to the historic village inn.

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The dog-friendly cottage was refreshed by the owners to include updated interiors that feature photographs and prints created by George Irving himself alongside other local artists.

A statement on the new interiors reads: “George has also created illustrations for the pub’s signage, blackboard displays, menus, wine list and walking maps.”

The one-bed remodelled ‘Crown Cottage’ sits alongside The Crown Inn’s current five-bedroom offering which opened in April of this year.

The kitchen is run by chefs Chris Taylor and Christopher Sheppard serving a range of British dishes and pub classics.

The Crown Inn’s general manager is Felicity Wilson.

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