The Greyhound pub in Bridport, Somerset has reopened its doors after undergoing an extensive redevelopment to add 15 boutique bedrooms to its offering.
The popular 13th century pub in the town centre will officially relaunch at the start of March when the project is complete, following a £1.5m investment from its owners Wetherspoon.
The Greyhound will now offer 15 bedrooms on the site, housed in the first and second floors of the building above the pub.
Alongside the addition of the bedrooms, the pub has also been completed refurbished and decorated, with a new carpet, furniture and new layout, as well as a new garden at the back.
The Greyhound will also now be home to meeting rooms, in aid to capitalise on the local trade from nearby businesses.
In a nod to its locality, the bedrooms and hallways are decorated with artwork produced by pupils from St Marys Primary School, in Bridport.