The Derbyshire pub will undergo a refresh to emphasise its ‘country pub atmosphere’ alongside updated guest rooms
Grouse & Claret pub at Rowsley is undergoing a £920,976 refurbishment. The end result will emphasise its ‘warm, timeless country pub atmosphere’. The pub will reopen on Monday 21st November with an exciting offer for customers.
The pub is situated next to River Derwent on the edge of the Peak District. The area is known for its popularity for country walks and rambling. Situated between Matlock and Bakewell in the Derbyshire countryside, Grouse & Claret at Rowsley is housed in an 18th-century building and holds contemporary guest rooms above. Grouse & Claret at Rowsley is a pub restaurant with a ‘convivial country pub atmosphere’ and a contemporary restaurant menu, including British pub classics alongside items with a modern twist.
Exciting changes are afoot for the Derbyshire pub.
The transformation will see a brand new Farrow & Ball colour palette introduced into the venue, alongside wall panelling and bespoke tiling. There will be the introduction of a new homely ‘snug’ section will be added to the bar featuring cosy Chesterfield seating. Additionally, there will be updates to the al fresco dining area.
The restaurant also features eight spacious double guest bedrooms with an en-suite bathroom, free wi-fi, a hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities. Each of the bedrooms features a comfortable king-sized bed too. Rooms are available on a rate only basis with guests able to upgrade and add breakfast at either £6.75 or continental or £8.75 for cooked.
Grouse & Claret at Rowsley closed for refurbishment on Monday 3rd October and will reopen on Monday 21st November.
Ahead of the reopening, guests will be able to enjoy 50% off food as part of its soft launch, available to guests from 18th to 20th November – with limited slots available to book online shortly.
For more information, please visit: https://www.grouseclaretpub.co.uk/