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Popular country pub The Travellers Rest reopens following major transformation

Travellers Rest, Caerphilly

The Travellers Rest located on Thornhill Road welcomes guests back following an extensive 8-week renovation, giving the Caerphilly pub a refreshing new look and feel.

Boasting a brighter, more contemporary look, the renovation has seen the pub undergo a complete transformation.

A beautiful new garden, elegantly styled interiors and a new stylish private dining area has given the country pub a new lease of life, providing guests with the perfect spot to get together with friends and family.

The historic pub dates back as far as the 1800’s, with its first license granted in 1864. The Travellers Rest also continued to run throughout the Second World War, with Mr George Lightfoot providing a beautiful space to enjoy until 1971.

The Travellers Rest is also dog-friendly, greeted with blankets, water, and treats, the pub is the perfect pit-stop for dog owners before, during or after a country walk.

Along with a striking, original new look, The Travellers Rest has introduced an all-new food offering.

In addition to lunch and dinner, the pub will now offer a brunch menu which boasts a selection of popular dishes from 9am Saturdays and Sundays.

Plus, the new dinner menu will offer delicious, freshly cooked dishes including chargrilled skewers, stonebaked pizzas, steaks and roasts! Alongside the delicious food offering, guests can also sample the extensive selection of wines, gins, craft beers and cocktails.

Commenting on the pub’s new look, general manager Tania Jones, said: “We’re so thrilled to welcome both our regulars and first-time guests to Travellers Rest to experience our refreshed, new look.

“Whether you’re looking for a picturesque location to enjoy high-quality dining or a cosy fire to warm up to with a drink, our pub has it covered.”