Methley is set for the launch of a brand new independent pub and restaurant to be located on the site of the former Rose and Crown pub. Situated in a picturesque setting opposite the Methley Cricket ground, The Boundary House pub and restaurant will be unveiled on Saturday 4th April.
A full and extensive renovation is being carried out to the interior and exterior of the historical building in order to transform the former brewery-owned public house. The pub and restaurant will be situated downstairs and there are also plans for a stunning private function room overlooking the cricket field to be opened in early Autumn. Whilst the beer garden will be open this summer, there are exciting plans to further develop the garden in the future.
Two local businessmen and friends from neighbouring Oulton, Jonathan Parkinson and Christopher Edwards acquired the property from Enterprise Inns back in October 2014 with the vision to completely transform the struggling pub and create a quality pub and restaurant for locals and visitors to enjoy. The Boundary House will serve a range of craft beers and local ales in the main bar area whilst the pub’s restaurant will offer a menu of excellent pub food. The Boundary House’s head chef Mitchell Ward has previously worked at the acclaimed Beckford Arms in Tisbury, Wiltshire with head chef Mark Blatchford and The Anchor in Walberswich, Suffolk with head chef Andy Storer. He has a passion for high-quality pub food as well as being a talented baker.