A popular pub close to Mold in Wales is looking for a whole team to staff and run it. The Druid Inn in Pontblyddyn has recently undergone a full refurbishment and now the owners are looking to hand it over to a dedicated team to make it a successful business.
The Daily Post revealed that £150,000 has been spent on the revamp, which has brought everything up to date while ensuring the interior decor remains in keeping with the pub’s period features.
Now owners Alex and Andrew Smeaton are looking for someone to run the pub, and will be holding an open day on 26th April to try and find a team to take on the job.
Andrew Smeaton told the newspaper that the pub now “looks fantastic inside and out”.
“We want a team who can match these standards and offer our valued customers the best possible dining experience,” he explained.
The Druid Inn isn’t the only pub in Flintshire that’s undergone a makeover recently. Last month, the Daily Post reported on a £300,000 refurbishment of the Griffin Inn in Mynydd, also near Mold.
A new kitchen and toilets were planned for the establishment, as well as a revamp of the enclosed beer garden to feature new seating, heaters, lighting and plants. Landlady Louise Riley told the news provider that she wants the Griffin to become “a focal point” for the local community in Mynydd.
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