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Anglian Country Inns acquires seventh site

27 June 2016 by
Anglian Country Inns acquires seventh site

Pub and restaurant firm Anglian Country Inns (ACInns) has acquired its seventh site, the King's Head in Letheringsett, Norfolk.

Near to the market town of Holt, the pub features several casual dining areas alongside a traditional bar, four guest bedrooms and a garden.

James Nye, managing director of ACInns, said: "The King's Head is a very welcome addition to our growing hospitality estate. We pride ourselves on the fact that each of our establishments are run independently and have their own charm and individual style. This will remain the case with the King's Head.

"We look forward to taking the pub's sterling reputation to the next level, building on its success with our company values and knowhow. There is a great team at The Kings Head already and we are very excited to be working with Emma Darby and her staff."

ACInns said it would bring more locally sourced produce to the menu, as well as a variety of local and regional ales.

Among its other pubs, ACInns runs the White Horse, Brancaster Staithe, Norfolk; the Jolly Sailors, Brancaster Staithe; the Cricketers, Weston, Hertfordshire; the Fox, Willian, Hertfordshire; Hermitage Rd Bar & Restaurant, Hitchin, Hertfordshire; Water Lane, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire; and the Brancaster Brewery, a five-barrel brewery producing small batches of real ale.

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