A new restaurant called the Dial House is set to open in Reepham, Norfolk at the end of September, following an multi-million pound renovation that will eventually include hotel bedrooms.
Set to open on 29 September, the restaurant will have 60 covers inside and 40 outside, including a mixture of garden and terrace seating, and will offer British-style locally-sourced food.
The all-day restaurant will also have an Aga in the kitchen that the chef - whose name has not yet been confirmed â' will use for traditionally-British dishes such as pies, pastries and cakes.
Having been completely gutted and renovated, the dining space will aim to emphasise the Georgian elements of the building, including high ceilings, tall windows, log-burner fires and elegant furnishings.
The site will also feature an interior and home decorating design shop called Lambert and Tribe, selling products such as high-end paint, floor tiles and Agas, plus quirky objects and antiques. The shop will open alongside the restaurant.
Part of a three-phase development, the complex is also set to eventually include 11 bedrooms inside the main house, and a residential "village" of 18 private townhouses to the rear of the building.
The townhouses are expected to be finished by autumn 2015, while the hotel bedrooms are planned for completion at the end of 2017.
The Wilsons also operate a number of other businesses in the local area, including the restaurants and B&Bs Byford's and the King's Head in Holt, the Pigs in Edgefield, restaurant Lavender House in Norwich, and cake business Sponge.
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