Young's Redhill pub Home Cottage re-opens after £1m makeover

By Emma Eversham

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Young's pub Home Cottage has been given a completely new look
Young's pub Home Cottage has been given a completely new look
Young's Redhill pub Home Cottage has re-opened following a £1m makeover to transform the former Victorian boozer into an 'airy, contemporary and stylish' pub and restaurant.

The Surrey pub which dates back to 1885, has been restored to its former glory with five original Victorian beer engines taking centre stage behind the bar and original wrought-iron church heater grills used to make a wine store.

The pub's former cattle shed has also been renovated to provide an open-plan dining space with French doors leading onto a heated and covered terrace and decked garden.

Under the management of husband-and-wife team Darren and Jen Patterson, head chef Angelo Brotto has created a new menu featuring Mediterranean-inspired dishes and British pub classics including starters of Haddock Smokey and and mains such as signature Home Cottage Pie and Summer Greens Risotto.

Home Cottage was run by the Starr family for 91 years before Sybil Starr sold it to Young's in 1978, because she preferred the brewer's beer.

Related topics: Pubs & Bars, Venues

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