Six-figure refurbishment of Hyde pub

A HYDE pub has reopened following a six-figure investment that has completely rejuvenated the site.

The Hare and Hounds, on Werneth Low Road, has reopened after being closed for several weeks while work took place.

Now customers, many of whom go to enjoy the panoramic views of Manchester city centre, can enjoy a modernised establishment.

The Hare and Hounds at Hyde in Manchester re opens after a refurbishment by Greene King

The garden terrace has been expanded to include a new outside bar area, as well as a heated pergola.

And inside, the pub has had a complete makeover, with new furniture, furnishings and fittings throughout.

The pub re-opened for the launch of a spring menu and the Hare and Hounds team is recruiting, with both full and part time positions available for front of house, kitchen staff and management.

Helen Watters, general manager of the Hare and Hounds said: “With summer just around the corner, we couldn’t be more excited to show off our newly refurbished pub to guests both old and new.

“There’s never been a better time to enjoy premium al fresco dining in our new look garden terrace and take in the stunning views.

The Hare and Hounds at Hyde in Manchester re opens after a refurbishment by Greene King
General Manager Helen Watters

“Being located in the beautiful countryside, but a stone’s throw away from Manchester city centre, makes us the perfect spot to pop in for a drink and try our premium pub food after a walk around the local area, or a hike through the nearby country trails.”

Anyone wishing to apply for a position there can do so by emailing the pub directly at:

3 Replies to “Six-figure refurbishment of Hyde pub”

  1. That’s all good and well but what’s the point of a pub that doesnt take cash. We used to go regularly with the family but we only pay cash, so that’s 1 of many customers who can’t use you establishment. Shame on you Greene!!!!!!!

  2. The decision to be card-only is a quite deliberate policy to deter poorer customers – who are more reliant on cash – from coming to the pub. The food and drink will be priced accordingly.

  3. Not sure how Steven above figures out that cash customers are “poor”. Worryingly, I have noticed many people paying for eating out and food shopping on CREDIT cards nowadays. Cash is king as far as I’m concerned. I’m not what you would call rich rich, but far from poor. This is just one more establishment whose ill-judged policies will badly affect their turnover. I don’t think anyone in the “hospitality industry” is in a position to dictate in the current financial climate.

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