A pub with rooms formerly owned by industry chef Marco Pierre White is gearing up to relaunch following a £3.5m refurbishment under its new ownership.
According to Gloucestershire Live, The Frogmill in Shipton will reopen in July after being saved from administration by family-run chain Brakspear.
The Grade-II listed 16th century Cotswolds’ property has been closed since February 2016 when nine of the TV chef’s pubs fell onto hard times and were forced to shut their doors.
Now the new-look property will relaunch in just a few months’ time with a new bar and 100-cover restaurant, plus a new wedding and conference facility, 28 bedrooms and newly-landscaped gardens.
Once open, The Frogmill will officially join Brakspear’s portfolio of 130 pubs across the UK.