Fair change at Fairfield Arms

AN AUDENSHAW pub is boasting a new look following a three-week refurbishment.

The Fairfield Arms, on Manchester Road close to The Trough, has had what is described as a ‘complete transformation’ by owners Ember Inns.

A refreshed bar, new soft furnishings and an improved dining area has given the pub, housed in what was a large Victorian home with a store area in what was a stable, a warm touch.

Fairfield Arms, Audenshaw, Manchester.

Now the doors are back open to customers – and it is hoped the new look has an impact.

General manager Christopher Freeman said: “The level of transformation we’ve had is amazing and both myself and the whole team are incredibly excited to reveal the Fairfield Arms’ new look to our guests.

“Whether you’re looking for a get together with friends or somewhere to unwind by a crackling fireplace, our pub is ready to welcome guests, both new and old, to enjoy our brand-new look — but with the same cosiness it has always had.”

It is not just the décor that has changed, in addition to a fixed price lunch and dinner menu, Fairfield Arms now offers a wide range of meals including chargrilled skewers, steaks and roasts available every Sunday.

For more information, or to make a booking at the new look Fairfield Arms, please visit the pub’s website https://www.emberinns.co.uk/nationalsearch/northwest/fairfield-arms#/

4 Replies to “Fair change at Fairfield Arms”

  1. Here’s a pub where you can’t have ordinary chips – only seasoned chips available, whatever they are.

  2. Very clicky pub. Been in to eat twice and was more or less ushered out for locals the manager obviously knew and wanted our table for. Food was just ok! Shame about the manager who swans round like Bet Gilroy.

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