About The Coopers Arms

In 1942 Weston Hall entered into the Cooper family.

Extensive structural renovations took place in the early 70's as it was in an extremely poor condition. Mr Tom Cooper, having inherited the building from his father, used the dark of the Basement area of Weston Hall to grow forced Rhubarb and Chicory for many years, a story which people regard as a mere tale.

Some years later, in 1989, following experience in farming and plant hire, Tom and his wife, Vici, decided to transform this enigma into "The Coopers Arms" - a warm, luxurious and unique venue.

The Coopers Arms today is currently still in the Cooper family and strives to deliver what it set out to do from day one by offering an unrivalled dining experience with delicious food & quality service in a cosy traditional environment.

 

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