Hall & Woodhouse reveals the pubs included in April opening plans
|Author: Online Stories||Published: 15th March 2021 16:34|
Hall & Woodhouse has confirmed that three of its Sussex pubs will open for outdoor use from Wednesday, April 14, following the lifting of government restrictions.
The three pubs re-opening with a limited menu of classic pub favourites, a contactless ordering system and social distancing measures, include:
- The Black Rabbit, Arundel
- Goffs Manor, Crawley
- The Worlds End, Patching
Matt Kearsey, Managing Director of Hall & Woodhouse, said: "We are delighted to be able to re-open a number of our houses for outdoor use. Our pubs play a vital role in their community and we are excited to be making preparations to welcome our guests back safely. We've missed them.
"We have created all-weather solutions to cope with the obvious challenges of only opening outside in April. Guests will be able to book a number of covered tables if they do not want to take their chances with the Great British weather."
Guests are encouraged to pre-book a table online. Bookings of no more than six people will be available with a 90-minute slot at the table.
The Black Rabbit will remain closed on Mondays and will open 11.30am-11pm, Tuesdays - Saturdays, and 12-9pm on Sundays.
The rest of the pubs will open 11.30am-3pm and 5.30-11pm, Tuesdays - Thursdays, from 11.30am-11pm Fridays - Saturdays, and 12-9pm on Sundays.
Guests are advised to check each individual pub's website for food service times.
Hall & Woodhouse will begin the phased re-opening of the rest of its managed house estate across the south from week commencing Monday, May 17, in line with the government's roadmap.
For more information, please visit www.hall-woodhouse.co.uk .