A PUB on the edge of the Mendip Hills has been refurbished during lockdown.

The Langford Inn, Lower Langford, has undergone an extensive revamp inside and out.

The pub, managed by Butcombe Brewing Co, also has seven boutique bedrooms.

It has been brought into the company’s managed estate, after it was previously run by tenants.

Maria Patrinos, general manager of The Langford Inn said they are “incredibly proud” of the new look.

“We’ve had some great feedback from our incredibly supportive locals and I hope they enjoy the space we’ve created,” she said.

“We are looking forward to showing off the interior once we’re able to open inside on the 17th May.

“In the meantime, guests are able to enjoy delicious food and award-winning beer in our beautiful garden.

“We’re the perfect pitstop for walkers and their dogs, cyclists and locals – a rural gem only ten minutes from Bristol.”

The ground floor bar and dining area has been given a makeover.

It now has leather banquette seating, upholstered lounge chairs, eclectic artwork and statement wall and pendant lighting creates a variety of different zones.

The first-floor dining room, which is available for events and private hire, has been similarly transformed and has beautiful views across North Somerset.

There are various areas for guests to dine in, including cosy bistro tables, large wooden tables for groups and arched stone alcoves.

There is also raised planters, tropical palms and festoon lighting at the pub.

The seven bedrooms are designed in a ‘country’ style with Bramley toiletries.

The menu focuses on local produce, with seasonal dishes alongside pub classics.

There is also a selection of award-winning Butcombe beers, ale and cider from the brewery just down the road in Wrington.

To book call 01934 446059 or visit langfordinnsomerset.co.uk.