Star at Harome to reopen late autumn following devastating fire

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By BigHospitality

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Star at Harome to reopen late autumn following devastating fire

Related tags: Star at Harome, Andrew pern, Top 50 gastropubs, Gastropub

Andrew Pern’s award-winning gastropub the Star at Harome is expected to reopen in late autumn following a fire at the property late last year.

The North Yorkshire gastropub was ‘reduced to ashes’​ in November after its thatched roof caught alight, with the blaze spreading through the 14th​ century building.

Writing on Twitter, Pern announced that construction company Woodhouse-Barry had been appointed to rebuild the property, with work die to start in the nest week or so.

He said that the businesses was getting ready for a late Autumn reopening, adding: “thank you to everyone for their continued support! See you all soon.”

The Star at Harome is one of the UK’s best-loved gastropubs known for its low-beamed; wooden ceilings and traditional interior. Despite its closure because of the fire it sits at number three in the Estrella Damm Top 50 Gastropubs list.

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