The Bulls Head, Hale Barns has closed today for an extensive 12 week refurbishment program that will completely transform the pub’s interior.
Simon Taylor, Retail Operations Manager for Robinsons Brewery said: “The pub is a flagship site for the brewery and one that we are proud to be investing in. The closure will allow us to radically improve the food and drink offer at the pub and enhance its village pub charm. We are excited to see the results and know that the new look will meet the expectations and quality that people associate with Robinsons.”
The investment by Robinsons Brewery comes after the Bulls Head’s adjoining letting rooms received a complete renovation in February 2015. Since then, the pub has seen a significant rise in occupancy rate which has brought more people to Hale Barns and the surrounding areas.
Robinsons’ award-winning design team, who have been responsible for the acclaimed refurbishments of the pub’s near-by sister site The Airport Pub and Grill and The Farmers Arms, Poynton, will be spearheading the design.
The new look will see the pub reborn as a high-end village pub in the heart of Cheshire. With quality finishes, materials, traditional timber panelling, herringbone flooring and cladded ceilings, the new Bulls Head promises to have the same fantastic atmosphere with a touch of theatre.
Once the pub is completed, the combination of the excellent bedrooms with the great new look, will make the Bulls Head the perfect destination for business and pleasure
During the refurbishment, the Bulls Head’s popular bedrooms will remain open with special offers for guests at The Airport Pub and Grill.