Complete makeover for Grade II bar
Full service 360 brand design agency Harrison has completed a full refurbishment for Young’s & Co’s latest project Hort’s Townhouse, located in the city of Bristol.
Completed in Spring 2023, the transformation turned an outdated sports bar into a premium 1920’s cocktail bar and hotel, bringing the space back to its former glory.
Hospitality group Young’s & Co. challenged the team at Harrison with moving the site upmarket while celebrating the building’s original art deco heritage.
Located on Broad Street in the city centre, the building is Grade II-listed, dating back to the 18th century. It has previously been used as a hospitality venue, sales office, warehouse and a pub and cinema.
Kent pub available to let
Leisure property specialists Fleurets have appointed agents to re-let the Prince of Orange pub in Gravesend, Kent on behalf of Stonegate.
The site, which also has six letting rooms and private living accommodation, is situated on a crossroads in a predominately residential area.
It includes internal bar and dining areas and a modern kitchen. There are also external seating areas and a customer car park.
Inn Collection Group site relaunches
Members of the Whitby RNLI crew declared the Inn Collection Group’s latest site open last Friday (May 12).
The Newcastle-based operator the Stables was welcomed back to trading as the crew cut a ceremonial ribbon.
The multimillion-pound refurbishment has seen extensive works carried out to the bar area and kitchen facilities. Phrase two of the project will continue with the construction of a 30-bedroom extension and refurb of the Sun Terrace that sits adjacent to the garden rooms.
Lake District pub reopens
The Inn Collection Group has reopened a pub with rooms, the Wateredge Inn, in Ambleside, the Lake District, after a multimillion-pound facelift.
The inn has been undergoing renovations since October last year.
Working with national architects GSSArchitecture, the new look inn has had extensive works carried out on its bar and restaurant areas, as well as a total refurbishment of its guest bedrooms which continues to progress.
Community pub receives £176k refurb for summer
The Station Hotel, a local traditional community pub in Filey, North Yorkshire, has been granted a £176,000 investment to improve its beer garden just in time for the summer months.
At the helm are passionate and local licensee duo, Andy Quinn and Victoria Bagley who have been at the pub for over three years together, with Andy having been at the pub for over six years himself.
The investment at the Station Hotel was funded by leading community pub group, Admiral Taverns, who own more than 1,550 pubs across the country.
The refurbishment has included a complete makeover to its external beer garden, including new furniture, new festoon lighting, as well as a pagoda to ensure use all year round.
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