Inside landmark Solihull pub The Colebrook after its extensive refurbishment

We’ve taken a look inside The Colebrook in Shirley, Solihull, after its three week refurbishment

Landmark Solihull pub The Colebrook has opened its doors to welcome back guests after its extensive refurbishment.

The pub, on Haslucks Green Road in Shirley, was closed for three weeks while the renovation got underway. It now boasts a brighter, more contemporary look which the owners are calling ‘a complete transformation’.  

A refreshed bar, new soft furnishings and an expanded dining space are some of the new changes ready and waiting for guests to enjoy a relaxed and warm welcome.

The Colebrook, run by Ember Inns, prices itself on serving great quality food and offers a fixed price menu with three courses available for £11.49 from 12pm–5pm, Monday–Friday and £14.49 after 5pm, Monday–Friday.

The pub has also updated its menu to include a wide range of new dishes, including Slow Cooked Rib of Beef, Shepherd’s Pie, steaks, and roasts available every Sunday.

Located near Birmingham and Solihull, and close to the M42, The Colebrook is recommended as a great place for families to eat, drink and relax after a long day exploring Shirley Park, Earlswood Lakes, or Bill’s Farm.

Shivaun McCormack, General Manager at The Colebrook, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome guests, both familiar faces and new friends, to experience our pub’s new look, whilst keeping the cosy feel of The Colebrook, we all know and love.” For more information, or to make a booking at the new look Colebrook, please visit their website: The Colebrook.

Take a look inside The Colebrook here:

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