Successful pubco, Redcomb Pubs Ltd, re-opened The Old Manor in Potters Bar on Friday 27 October following a major renovation and refurbishment. Investing over £250k into the site, this much-loved local pub relaunches with a fresh new look to the dining room, bar and garden and a new menu that features seasonally inspired dishes alongside traditional pub classics. Expect to find dishes such as pan fried duck breast with red wine and cherry jus, classic beer battered North Sea cod with chunky chips and a selection of handcarved Sunday roasts with all the trimmings.
The Old Manor is one of the largest and best-performing sites within the Redcomb estate which comprises of 14 pubs and pubs with rooms centred mainly in London and the Home Counties. Taken over by the group 12 months ago, the rebrand and refurbishment have been sympathetically carried out to retain all the character and charm of this historic building whilst also introducing the modern and contemporary touches to meet the tastes of today’s more discerning consumer.
As one of the oldest surviving buildings in Potters Bar, The Old Manor, which dates back to the 13th Century is steeped in local history and still, to this day, retains many original features, including the Tudor timber beams that once formed part of the original Wyllyotts Manor House. A favourite amongst the local community and visitors to the town, The Old Manor is a popular pit stop for commuters using the nearby railway station, as well as theatregoers attending performances at the Wyllyotts Theatre located directly opposite the pub.
Commenting on the re-launch of The Old Manor, Dan Shotton, managing director at Redcomb Pubs Ltd says;
“We’re delighted to re-open this local treasure of a pub, looking better than ever. Investing in the upkeep of our pub sites is a key pillar of our business plan at Redcomb Pubs and a key commitment to the local audience that we strive to serve with our trademark top-notch hospitality. The refurbishment of The Old Manor adds to the extensive work that’s taken place across the entire estate over the last 12-months to ensure that, as a group, we continue to operate some of the most successful, relevant and best pubs in the country and remain a major independent player in the sector. We look forward to introducing the new look Old Manor to the people of Potters Bar and being part of the future history of this iconic building.”
Throughout 2017 Redcomb has invested substantially across a number of their sites. This includes the refurbishment of the popular Station Hotel in Hither Green, the relaunch of The Bickley in Chislehurst as a Pub & Steakhouse and the redevelopment of the adjacent sail house at The Seagate in Appledore, Devon to create an additional 7 en-suite bedrooms. With further major projects in the pipeline for 2018, Redcomb Pubs continues to successfully consolidate and strengthen its core offering whilst capitalising on key strands of the business ripe for expansion and growth.
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