Revere Pub Company opening two more pubs with rooms

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Revere Pub Company opening two more pubs with rooms

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Revere Pub Company, the premium pub format created by Marston's, has announced the opening of two new pubs with rooms.

The operator, which launched in 2012, will open The Elephant At The Market in Newbury, Berkshire on 12 March and The Farmhouse at Mackworth, Derbyshire later in the month.

Designed by Concorde BGW, each site will be fully refurbished and include in-room facilities such as flat screen Smart TV’s, complementary Wi-Fi and luxury bed linen.

Colin Sadler, managing director at Revere Pub Company, said: “We are delighted to be adding these two fantastic pubs to our estate, we now operate 130 bedrooms and have been getting great feedback from reviewers and customers alike.”

The Elephant At The Market will feature 14 bedrooms, a 106-cover dining room and a 55-cover alfresco terrace.

A large metal shipping container with AstroTurf flooring will provide an outside private dining space for parties of up to 16 people.

At 4660 ssq.ft The Farmhouse is the company’s biggest project to date, featuring 10 bedrooms and a bridal suite, as well as a 200-cover dining and bar area, conference space and outside seating for 172 people.

The property will also feature wedding and events venue The Folly, a 2280 sq.ft space with capacity for 75 seating and 100 standing.

Both new openings will feature a menu of British seasonal dishes, including 28-day aged prime cuts of beef from John Penny’s farm in Yorkshire and a range of homemade pizzas cooked to order from an Italian wood-fired oven.

Revere currently runs a collection of pubs with rooms including The White Lion in Tenterden, Kent and The Angel and Blue Pig in Lymington, Hampshire.

Overnight stays at both The Elephant At The Market and The Farmhouse will start from £90 per night.

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