It’s a reoccurring theme, dreaming of the local pub. That first pint after lockdown is going to go down as one of the tastiest pints in history. The days when people flock to the bars will be something special. To keep you ready until then we have some prestigious pubs for you, one of which is from our very own Yorkshire.
The Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA) has announced the winners of its prestigious Pub Design Awards. They have a variety of categories, including Best Refurbishment and others.
This pub in Middlesborough, North Yorkshire was awarded the Historic England Conservation Award. The Zetland which was originally built in 1860 as a hotel. It won the award due to conserving original feature, even after a refurb in 2017. Features include round-arched mirrors and mosaic flooring in the entrance. We applaud any accolades achieved in God’s own country so well done to this pub for winning a well-deserved award.
We look forward to heading up to Middlesborough for a pint in The Zetland once lockdown is over. We imagine they won’t have a problem getting bums on seats with people gasping for a beer with mates after 7 weeks of isolation.