The Lewinnick Lodge, a small cottage complex with garage and swimming pool, was acquired by Peter & Jacqui Fair.
The Lewinnick tea rooms opened serving sandwiches and cream teas.
Acquired a licence to sell alcohol and steadily increased food offering. By the end of the 90’s the success of the lodge had outgrown the old residential building from which it traded. Plans were drawn up to extend and completely refurbish.
The original lodge was all but demolished to create a much larger bar, restaurant, kitchen & cellar – the new Lewinnick Lodge was born!
Acquired the Plume of Feathers, Mitchell as a derelict public house. Complete refurbishment of the public house and renovation of the old barns and stables into 7 boutique letting rooms.
Completion of new prep kitchen at ‘The Lodge’ to supply very busy service kitchen upstairs.
Expansion of car park at ‘The Lodge’ to allow for 70 cars and emergency services access.
Completion of the new 80 seat conservatory extension to the Plume of Feathers, adding a contemporary twist to the original bar.
Plan to complete The Lewinnick Lodge and create 10 boutique-style letting rooms and manager’s accommodation.