The beautiful building dating back to 1878, which is now a number of private apartments, has had a series of different external repairs completed upon it to bring it back to it’s former glory whilst ensuring it is watertight and weatherproof.
The works have been completed to the usual high standards and quality levels but with modern products giving the building additional protection than traditional materials.
The Myrtle Tavern in Meanwood has been transformed during a blisteringly fast refurbishment – 21 days from design briefing to serving drinks!
The site has been rejuvenated with a traditional ‘cosy’ vibe that has, due to the locality of the cricket pitch, a minor sport theme infused within the design.
The bespoke corky ball and wicket screens are complemented by the cricket bat balustrade as well as the signed memorabilia that is positioned within the main bar. The clean stonework and oak flooring lead you to the new, ‘old’ back bar with its many tantalising spirits tastefully displayed under the new copper lighting.
New cosy pockets and corners have been created to allow customers to enjoy the space in a way that they could not before.