As restrictions on social gatherings are set to gradually loosen over the coming weeks, new venues prepare to welcome guests for the first time…
Nestled in the Scottish Highlands, this family run former working estate has been transformed into a quaint set of cottages and private suites, complete with an events space capable of holding up to 150 people. Loving restored from its previously near derelict condition using traditional materials, this luxury hotel is the perfect space for a teamet together or a large corporate event. It is currently taking bookings.
Based in a formernery, this 21,000 sq. ft space in Leeds has been converted into a brewery and tap room by North Brewing Co. Established in 2015 by John Gyngell and Christian Townsend, the brewery grew as an offshoot from at has been described as the first craft beer bar in Britain. Springwell will have a brewery onsite, brewing 16,000 hectolitres of beer per year. This venue is perfect for large events, with its 500 person capacity and Springwell is taking bookings from 16th April 2021.
Impossible Wonder Bar and Tearooms
Tucked into the centre of York, this bar and tearoom is set for a huge expansion this year. A ground floor speakeasy, second floor terrace, whisky lounge and a new hotel are all set to be built this year. With a luxurious, decadent vibe this is the perfect venue for an event with a touch of class.
Ready Set Bake It
Ready to open in Leeds in May 2021, this venue offers an experience like no other. Pit your baking skills against others in a Great British Bake Off style competition, complete with ten separate workstations. This venue provides a novel team building experience that lasts 90 minutes and is supervised by a qualified patisserie chef.
Dubbed Newcastle’s most exciting hotel, INNSiDE Newcastle boasts five different event rooms, including its Big Ideas space. With a capacity of 220 delegates this venue is great for large corporate events. The Keelmen Suite has an integrated LCD projector and screen, adjustable lights, digital signage, and internal cloakrooms.
The hotel chain owned by famed craft beer company BrewDog is coming to Manchester after successfully opening hotels in Ohio and Aberdeen. DogHouse Manchester has 18 separate guest rooms. With each one containing a mini-bar, beer tap, games consoles, record players, a guitar, and DogHouse’s famed shower beer fridge, this venue is perfect for more casual events. The hotel will have a taproom stocked with a variety of BrewDog’s beers and will open this year.
Owned by boutique hospitality brand Wildhive, this vast hotel is nestled in the middle of the Peak District. With 15 individually designed bedrooms and 35 acres of open space bordered by woodland, this venue features such amenities as a contemporary glass restaurant known as the Garden Room serving seasonal dishes all day made with local produce, some of which is from itsn-site beehives and vegetable garden. The venue also includes a bar, wellness centre, and a range of bikes for hire. Callow Hall will open in summer 2021.
The Alice Hawthorn
A picturesque pub in Nun Monkton, North Yorkshire, The Alice Hawthorn has added 12 rooms over lockdown, making it perfect for intimate events. The exterior is that of a quaint country pub, but inside the rooms are crisp and modern. The venue has both inside and outside space for events and will open as soon as government restrictions allow.
The Grand Hotel Birmingham
Lovingly restored last year, The Grand Hotel Birmingham boasts a spectacular 310 square metre ballroom. The stunning Louis XIV style room is able to fit 350 delegates and features a VIP balcony and towering double story windows. The venue also contains nine other meeting rooms and events spaces of various sizes.