Northumberland pub group invests more than £70k in renovations for new site
A North East hospitality group has announced that it has invested £70k in renovating a new acquisition.
The Northumberland Pub Co, which also owns Ponteland pub The Blackbird, recently acquired The Northumberland Arms, at Felton.
Since taking over the venue, the group has invested more than £70k on renovations and refurbishments to update the former coaching inn, which is 200 years old.
Stuart Young, of the Northumberland Pub Co, commented: “I’ve admired The Northumberland Arms for a long time now and so it was an obvious choice for me when I learnt that the previous owners had decided to sell.
“We acquired the building before lockdown was enforced, so it’s given us plenty of time to work on the venue before we reopened – updating its look while retaining all of its original charm.
“We’ve had fantastic feedback from diners and with everyone making the most of staycations this year, our picturesque location has proved very popular among guests.”
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