Take a look behind the scenes at Biggleswade’s new Wetherspoon pub at The Crown Hotel

The beer garden of the new Biggleswade Wetherspoon

The beer garden of the new Biggleswade Wetherspoon - Credit: Archant

Take a sneak-peek at Biggleswade’s new JD Wetherspoon pub which opened its doors to thirsty punters today.

The lounge of the new Wetherspoon

The lounge of the new Wetherspoon - Credit: Archant

The company spent £2.7 million developing the site on the High Street, which used to house The Crown Hotel.

The original Grade II-listed section of the building has been refurbished after liaising with conservation officers, and to the rear of the building there is a new single storey extension – housing the new bar and kitchen.

A sumptious bedroom in Biggleswade's new Wetherspoon pub and hotel

A sumptious bedroom in Biggleswade's new Wetherspoon pub and hotel - Credit: Archant

Manager Bogdan Huica said: “Myself and my team are looking forward to welcoming customers into the pub, as well as hotel guests.”

The Crown Hotel will specialise in real ales, as well as craft and world beers, serving a wide range of draught ales, as well as bottled beers, including those from local and regional brewers.

The inside of Biggleswade's new Wetherspoon

The inside of Biggleswade's new Wetherspoon - Credit: Archant

The pub will be wheelchair accessible and have a specially-adapted toilet for people with disabilities on the ground floor of the main pub.

The new pub will be open from 7am until midnight Sunday to Thursday, and 7am until 1am on Friday and Saturday.

The new Wetherspoon in Biggleswade on the site of The Crown Hotel

The new Wetherspoon in Biggleswade on the site of The Crown Hotel - Credit: Archant

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Food will be served throughout the day, from opening until 11pm.

The hotel comprises nine rooms – six doubles, one twin and two family rooms, which are on the first and second floors of the building.