The major refurbishment took just under 6 weeks to complete with the pub’s trading and bar area receiving a sleek new look that draws inspiration from an updated farm house design.
Internally, the pub has been opened up with the removal of obstructing walls to create a open-plan style bar area which provides better flow around the pub.
The pub’s original log burning stove has remained a strong feature with the chimney breast fully clad in rustic timber boarding and a new wooden clad bar with a cubed back bar area creates an instant focal point upon entry.
With a mixture of old and new furniture, that has been carefully upcycled, new herringbone timber flooring, stunning mood lighting and feature tiles, the new look is a far cry from the harsh brown panelling of the Tafarn Y Rhos’ former appearance. Externally, the outside has been drastically transformed with the addition of a new timber porch, sash style windows, lighting and Robinsons’ now trademark, copper signage.
The end result is stunning. I want to comment the hard work of not just the design team but everyone from our retail operations teams and property team
Gwen Roberts, Multiple Robinsons operator and licensee of the Tafarn Y Rhos said: “The new look for the Tafarn Y Rhos is just what we needed. The old pub certainly had a lot of charm but was definitely starting to show its age. The design team have done an absolutely fantastic job with the place. Our regulars are really happy with the end result and the team and I are extremely excited for this next chapter.”
The Tafarn Y Rhos is now open with letting accommodation serving a rotating range of Robinsons cask ales and rustic home-cooked menu. For more information please visit: www.tafarnyrhos.co.uk, like the pub on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.
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