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The Devonshire Arms launches pop-up Champagne and seafood terrace to add ‘resort feel’ to hotel

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The Devonshire Arms is preparing to open a new pop-up Laurent Perrier Champagne and Seafood Terrace this weekend at the hotel as it bids to add a ‘resort feel’ to its offering.

Opening on July 24, the new pop-up seafood restaurant is situated under canvas on the hotel’s lawns and will serve freshly-caught seafood from the East Yorkshire coast on marble tables set at a social distance.

The new offering will be open until mid-September, seven days a week from 12pm until 8pm.

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Richard Palmer, managing director of The Devonshire Hotels and Restaurants Group, commented: “We’re excited to be launching this new pop-up dining terrace for the summer season. It will certainly add a ‘resort feel’ to our offering, for both local diners and resident guests.

“Not only will it be a great way to attract valuable non-res spend, but also a safe haven too, with its outdoor location and generous space allocation, and a bit of variety for those guests staying longer.

“With a short season ahead now, it’s so important for us to optimise extra F&B spend, as well as giving tourists a unique offering in the area.

“Now that we are back open for biz, forward bookings are certainly looking optimistic for the wider group, with our entire collection of self-catering cottages in the Yorkshire Dales and Derbyshire (Chatsworth area) all fully booked for July and August. Overall it’s most encouraging.”  

The Devonshire Group’s hotels and inns have all been awarded the new ‘Good to Go’ accolade, which acts as a stamp of reassurance to their guests.

Devonshire Hotels & Restaurants Group is a collection of six hotel and restaurant properties, and a collection of luxury self-catering boltholes, all of which form part of The Duke of Devonshire’s hospitality businesses, located at his Bolton Abbey Estate in the Yorkshire Dales and on the Chatsworth Estate in Derbyshire.

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