An Enderby pub is set to undergo a seven-figure investment to create a new “family-focused dining experience” for the local community.
Grove Farm, part of the Farmhouse Inns dining and carvery brand, will close on Sunday, September 27, and will reopen in November, having been completely transformed
The pub is well known for its carveries, baked, in-pub signature cakes and range of pub classics.
According to Farmhouse Inns, the new surroundings will “breathe life into the well-known pub, with décor that will give some warmth and freshness whilst retaining the qualities that makes Farmhouse Inns dining and carvery loved by its customers”.
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James Hodgson, general manager at Farmhouse Inns, said: “This is the start of a really exciting new chapter for the pub. and whilst we can’t reveal too many details yet, what we can say is that refurbishment has been designed with the whole family in mind.
“We’ve got big plans for the pub and we can’t wait to welcome you back with a brand-new look and feel, delicious new food to try as well as new and improved play areas for the kids to enjoy, plus much which we will reveal soon. ”
He added: “The new look will take two months to complete, and we look forward to welcoming our neighbours back to the revamped pub when it officially opens on Monday, November 16, just in time for Christmas.”
The venue’s sister pubs, Gynsills Farm, in Glenfield, and Hobby Horse Farm, in Syston, remain open, said Mr Hodgson.
Grove Farm is at 8 Barton Close, Grove Park.