The Star Inn at Harome has tragically burned down in an incident that began just last night (November 24th).
Known for its Michelin Star food created by chef Andrew Pern and its idyllic thatched roof, with firefighters continuing to fight the blaze this morning (November 25th).
Speaking of the incident, The Star Inn at Harome said on their Twitter: “It’s been a long night so far…..I’m afraid we won’t be open for a while as we are reduced to ashes with The Star on fire and still burning, residents please call after 9 am.”
Andrew Pern’s acclaimed restaurant opened back in 1996, and it was awarded its first Michelin Star back in 2002.
The iconic building was established back in the 14th-century, marking the loss not only tragic for the pride it has brought Yorkshire over the years, but the historic architecture, too.
Andrew Pern also operates Whitby’s The Star Inn The Harbour and York’s The Star Inn The City.
It is currently unconfirmed what caused the incident.
More as we have it.
[Featured image: The Star Inn at Harome]