Romsley’s The Sun pub near the Clent Hills beauty spot is closing for a major £250,000 makeover. The Marston country pub on the border of Bromsgrove and Halesowen will close its doors on Monday 27th February for work to start.

In the village, popular with walkers near the M5 Junction 3, The Sun is on the east side of Clent Hills and has a great beer garden for warmer days. The traditional village pub will reopen on Saturday 25 March with a brand new look and extras on the menu.

New additions will include fries loaded with spicy pulled pork, nacho cheese sauce, BBQ sauce, crispy onions and diced scallions along with pub favorites.

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Marston promised that one thing that won’t change is his weekly Sunday Roast. It draws crowds for its “fluffy mashed potato, roast potatoes, seasonal vegetables, homemade Yorkshire pudding, stuffing and gravy.”

Art prints from the remodel show how nature-themed deep blue and brown floral wallpaper will decorate the dining room.

The dog-friendly pub at the junction of Bromsgrove Road and St Kenelms Road in Romsley gets chic with grand Victorian-style paintings and lamps.


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