Revere Pub Company is to open two new pubs with rooms next month.
The company, which currently has eight venues, will open the Elephant at the Market in Newbury in Berkshire on 12 March, and the Farmhouse at Mackworth in Derbyshire towards the end of the month.
The Elephant at the Market, formerly the Queen's Head, is a 2,500 sq ft building on the Market Square in Newbury. In addition to a bar and restaurant, it has 14 bedrooms of varying sizes, including four super king rooms, seven king size, two twin and one large family room.
The dining room and bar can hold 106 covers as well as a 55-cover alfresco terrace and outside private dining space within a large metal shipping container.
Meanwhile, the Farmhouse at Mackworth is Revere's biggest project to date. A converted 18th century building with 10 bedrooms, it covers 4,660 sq ft, including a bridal suite with freestanding bath and fireplace.
The building will house extensive dining and bar areas with 200 covers, a private dining room for up to 16 people, a flexible space, which lends itself to conferences and meetings for up to 44 and outside seating for up to 172 people in the warmer months. The Farmhouse will also be home to The Folly, a dedicated wedding and events venue (2,280 sq ft), with its own entrance and private terrace. The Folly has a maximum capacity of 70 seated and 100 standing,
Each site, designed by Concorde BGW, will undergo an extensive refurbishment, and the company said it planned to kit its rooms out to the standard expected of a boutique hotel, with flat-screen Smart TVs, free Wi-Fi, luxury bed linen and premium toiletries.
Colin Sadler MD of Revere Pub Company said: "We are delighted to be adding these two fantastic pubs to our estate, we now operate 130 bedrooms and have been getting great feedback from reviewers and customers alike. We are also particularly excited about adding a wonderful wedding and function venue, the Folly, at The Farmhouse at Mackworth."