One of Cornwall’s most successful pubs has reopened after a major £150,000 refurbishment to give it a stylish and fresh new look.
St Austell Brewery’s hugely popular Central Inn, in Newquay, has had a three-week designer makeover to its interior decorations, as well as new furniture and lighting… including a giant new 20ft x 5ft high-tech LED light wall on its dance floor.
There have been eco-friendly improvements too in line with the Brewery’s environmental policy, with a revamped cellar and new equipment designed to cut energy use in cooling and serving beer.
It represents a significant investment in the Central and in Newquay by the Brewery, which only five years ago spent £500,000 on a complete redesign and refurbishment of the town centre pub.
Nick Hayman, who is celebrating his 11th year as manager of the Central, said: “I think the result is fantastic and it’s a huge vote of confidence in the Central and the quality experience we offer our customers. It brings a whole new feel to the place and really sets us apart as the premium bar for Newquay.
James Staughton, Managing Director of St Austell Brewery, said: “We are constantly reinvesting in our estate to ensure all our pubs, hotels and restaurants meet the high standards people expect from a St Austell Brewery house.
“Nick and his team have done a wonderful job in establishing the Central Inn as a well run and popular destination in Newquay. This latest investment will only enhance this reputation for quality and the Central as the place to go for a great evening out.”
Watch video footage from the Central Inn’s opening night at http://www.cornwallchannel.co.uk/docs/thecentralnewquay.wmv
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