A popular pub in Kings Langley has reopened to unveil a spectacular new look after a top-to-tail refurbishment.
The Rose & Crown, located on the High Street, underwent the refurbishment in January and reopened its doors at the start of this month.
Enhancing its original features, the makeover includes statement feature wallpapers, striking colour schemes and playful artwork.
Elliott Reed, general manager of the Rose & Crown, said they are excited for people in the village to see the transformation. Continuing the country-feel, traditional style timber panelling has been added to the restaurant and the much-loved fireplace has been kept for comfort and style.
He said: “We’re over the moon with how the refurbishment has turned out. Myself and my team are excited to welcome our returning regulars, as well as new customers who can see for themselves just how wonderful the pub now looks.”