Weston’s village pub, The Saracen’s Head, has re-opened.
Since re-opening in November 2012, well known Staffordshire landmark Weston Hall has become a huge success. Now, 4 years later, the business behind it, WH Hospitality LTD, has taken on a new venture, in the form of Weston’s village pub, The Saracen’s Head.
The pub closed down in April and WH hospitality have carried out a minor refurbishment over recent weeks, with a view to a major refurbishment taking place in early 2017. The initial refurb has given the historic pub a new lease of life, with brand new furnishings, paintwork, team and menu in place.
The Saracens Head – keeping its heart
The pub will maintain it’s down-to-earth, village atmosphere, serving a selection of great value, home-cooked, wholesome dishes, traditional Sunday lunches and local ales. It’s likely to be a welcome change for locals and passing canal-trade alike. With a huge, dog-friendly, beer garden to it’s rear, The Saracens Head is sure to become a real Summer hotspot. Plans are also in place for a takeaway menu to become available over the coming months and for the garden to host a BBQ on warm days.
Hannah Petrouis of WH Hospitality LTD said ‘we’re very excited to have taken on The Saracens Head. We’ve really got to know the locals since taking on Weston Hall 4 years ago and we’re confident the new pub will go down well with them. We’re hoping to create a relaxed, family friendly atmosphere, for everyone to enjoy. The beer garden is unlike anything else you’ll find locally and the views are just beautiful. It’s certainly one to watch’.
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