‘Iconic’ Yorkshire hotel to be revitalised with £1m investment

The Cleveland Tontine at Staddlebridge, acquired by the Yorkshire-based Provenance Inns and Hotels Group last summer, has undergone a £1m upgrade to bring it up to the group’s standards.

The second phase has been completed and new menus have been introduced to reflect the Cleveland Tontine’s tradition of French cuisine with a Yorkshire flavour.

The inn, built in 1804 on the edge of the North York Moors, is a listed building so the refurbishments were carried out carefully.

The main entrance has been refurbished and the bistro bar has undergone extensive changes to relocate its entrance, bar and toilets.

Outside, a new sound-attenuating fence along the entire western boundary reduces traffic noise from the A19 and the car park has been increased by a further 40 spaces. The exterior of the building has been redecorated, the chimneys replaced and new signage incorporated.

Chris Blundell, chairman of Provenance Inns, said: “The Tontine has been hugely popular over the decades so when the opportunity arose to acquire it, we felt it fitted exceptionally well with our other locations. Our programme of development has been designed to complement the inn’s history and enhance its iconic nature.”

“It has been a labour of love. I have always had deep affection for the Tontine and my own passion for high quality regional food and welcoming inns seemed to fit perfectly with its reputation.”

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