The Greyhound in Tetbury re-opened on 23rd December following a £330,000 Capex investment.
The Greyhound had been closed for 18 months, but under the guidance of new licensee Eliot Lewis and Ali Martinez, the pub has been given a complete makeover. The exterior has been transformed with a new beer garden built; perfect for a sun soaked afternoon in the heart of the Cotswolds. Inside, thanks to the new atrium, pub goers will enjoy new bar and lounge areas bathed in natural light. The interior is now open plan and will make for a much brighter and more vibrant pub-going experience. Furthermore, with the addition of an envelope window locals can see into the kitchen and watch their food being prepared in a fantastic charcoal oven.
The new look is testament to Eliot’s expertise and vision and he has personally designed the menu to offer food of the highest quality at affordable prices. Situated just two miles from Prince Charles’s home at Highgrove, Tetbury now has a local pub, which can provide a fantastic lively atmosphere alongside high quality food and cask ales. Admiral and Eliot both hope that The Greyhound is now a pub that the local community can be proud of.
Commenting on the opening Eliot Lewis said: “As soon as I laid eyes on The Greyhound I knew it had fantastic potential. Restoring the pub with Admiral has been a fantastic journey and I hope I can use my expertise in the industry to ensure The Greyhound is a great pub that everyone can enjoy.”
Kevin Georgel added: “Admiral Taverns are passionate about creating great pubs at the heart of the communities in which they are located. Our investment into The Greyhound is an example of our commitment to community pubs across the country. We’d like to thank Eliot for all his hard work, vision and commitment. In Eliot, we have invested in someone who has significant expertise in the hospitality industry, and will guarantee a bright future for The Greyhound.”