A preview evening at The Beverley Arms was a resounding success, as locals got their first glimpse of the new-look inn.
Over £6m has been spent turning the historic building into a stylish place to eat, drink and stay with striking interior design and entertaining spaces.
It now boasts 38 bedrooms, a 68-seat restaurant bathed in natural light, 2 private dining/meeting rooms, a modern bar and an outdoor courtyard.
Operations Director at Thwaites, Steve Martin, said: “The transformation has been extraordinary- from the moment you walk in through the doors you know you are somewhere special.
“Every time I go in I spot new things in the design, it’s really stunning and well thought through.”
The interest in the property has been incredible – even down to the local paper making enquiries when beds were delivered, such is the anticipation about the opening.
This is Thwaites’ first property in Beverley, so a new Team has been recruited and will be led by local General Manager Chantell Dickinson-Clark, who grew up and lives in the town.
The development has created 70 jobs and the new team is now undergoing training to be ready for the grand opening on July 30.