A village pub in Northamptonshire has undergone a week-long refurbishment and is now unveiling its new look to customers.
The Spencer Arms in Chapel Brampton has undergone a major revamp with new flooring and furnishings, making it lighter and brighter whilst still retaining its period features.
Owned by pub chain Chef and Brewer, the Spencer Arms, which has two inglenook fireplaces and two open fires, is described as a traditional pub with a modern twist.
Alex Fikry, general manager at The Spencer Arms, said: “We’re delighted with the quality of our latest renovation, and can’t wait to show off our new look. We look forward to welcoming returning and new guests alike.”
The pub, which is a 100-year-old listed building, was once ran by the Spencer Family who own Althorp House just down the road from Chapel Brampton.
It serves a range of classic pub dishes including sausage and mash, slow-cooked pork belly, fish pie and fish and chips.
The Spencer Arms is open seven days a week.