Maids Head Hotel Reveals New Look Wine Press Restaurant

The Lord Mayor and Sheriff of Norwich with staff and guests in the Wine Press Restaurant The Lord Mayor and Sheriff of Norwich with staff and guests in the Wine Press Restaurant

The Maids Head Hotel has revealed a new contemporary look for its AA 2 Rosette Wine Press Restaurant, which is located in the former courtyard of the 15th century inn that first took the name Maids Head.

The Lord Mayor of Norwich, Councillor Vaughan Thomas and the Sheriff of Norwich, Dr Marian Prinsley visited the hotel on Thursday, November 14 to officially reopen the restaurant following its £60,000 makeover.

The Lord Mayor and Sheriff officially reopen the Wine Press Restaurant

Interior Designer Nicola Lovell, working closely with General Manager, Christine Malcolm has created a colourful and exciting restaurant with new tables, chairs, banquettes, pictures and decoration, which complement the ancient courtyard of the hotel.

The Wine Press refurbishment is the latest project at the Maids Head, which has seen £3.5 million invested by the hotel’s owners, the Chaplin family, over the last six years, across all public areas and guest bedrooms.

The Wine Press Restaurant

Christine Malcolm, General Manager said: “We are thrilled with the restaurant’s new look created by Nicola Lovell, and hope our guests enjoy it as much as we do. I would like to thank the Lord Mayor and Sheriff for joining us to celebrate the completion of this successful project.”

The Wine Press Restaurant’s refurbishment has been completed in time  for the hotel’s very busy Christmas period. All the Maids Head team are looking forward to welcoming a record number of guests to the hotel for their festive celebrations.

Wine Press Restaurant new furniture

Wine Press Restaurant new furniture

 

 

 

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