Elderly Beaumaris residents invited to use hotel as a ‘warm space’

A HOTEL in Beaumaris is inviting elderly members of the community to use its premises as a warm space this December.

The Bull’s Head Inn is taking part in The Inn Collection Group’s “WINNter Warmers” campaign, which also includes a special offer on hot drinks in a bid to beat the rising cost of brewing up.

With even the humble cuppa rising in price as food and energy costs increase, The Inn Collection Group teamed up with suppliers Ringtons Tea to launch “WINNter Warmers” and offer 50 per cent off hot drinks across its trading sites. 

Running from December 1-31, the offer is open to those aged 65 and older, with the discount available between 10am and 3pm.

With the group’s Inns offering a warm and comfortable environment across the north of England and North Wales, WINNter Warmers is aimed to encourage people to get out and about in the countdown to Christmas.


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Andrew Robson, of The Inn Collection Group, said: “With the well-publicised rising cost of living, we wanted to do our own small part to offer some cheer to residents of our communities.

“Our inns are warm and welcoming places throughout the year, but we were keen to remind people they are always welcome to come through our doors.

“Thanks to the support of Ringtons, we hope that we are offering a little something that will be appreciated and will encourage people to remain active and sociable for the rest of the year.”

Alongside hot drinks and its WINNter Warmers offer, The Inn Collection Group’s pubs are premises where all are welcome, with many sites boasting open fires or wood burning stoves.

All inns are dog-friendly and offer a wide range of refreshments, as well as menus boasting delicious dishes served all day.

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