Following a year-long restoration, the new Red Lion Stevington Restaurant and Rooms launched with a thank you party for its neighbours in acknowledgement of their support during the last 12 months.
The pub, in the heart of the village, has been empty and run down for eight-years. Fortunately, its future has been secured with a ravishing revamp which has seen this imposing Victorian inn restored as the stunning centre piece of one of Bedfordshire’s most charming villages.
With eclectic interiors and quirky touches, the Red Lion provides a glorious backdrop to enjoy locally sourced, seasonal food from nearby farms and artisan suppliers.
In an addition to the bar and restaurant, the Red Lion offers three individually designed bedrooms, combining pared-back colonial styling with cosy home comforts.
Manager Teresa Shaw said, ”This really has been a labour of love for the Red Lion’s new owners and definitely delivers the wow factor. The Red Lion is set to put Stevington firmly on the gastro pub map”.
One lucky reader has the chance to win dinner for two (including a bottle of wine) at the newly refurbished Red Lion Stevington.
Simply answer this question: What is a female lion called?
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘Red Lion’ as the subject by 12th December and you have to be over 18 to enter.