The revamped d’Parys has scooped a best pub award after judges were impressed by its eclectic design, range of drinks and dishes and customer service. After its £1.3million transformation in Spring 2014, the pub was named one of the top five “best new pubs” in the country. Now, it can add the accolade Best Managed Pub in the region in the Great British Pub Awards 2015 to its achievements.
Craig Mayes, Director at Apostrophe Pubs which runs d’Parys, said: “We are all absolutely thrilled with this award and incredibly proud to be recognised as one of the best managed pubs in the country.
“We strive to always give our guests the “wow factor” and have been overwhelmed with the support since we opened, in fact we now have people coming from far and wide to sample the delights of d’Parys.
“However what makes d’Parys really special is the passion and commitment of the entire team here and this award really is a testament to their hard work over the past 18 months.”
The Great British Pub Awards, run by pub industry magazine The Publican’s Morning Advertiser, search for the very best pubs in the UK.
d’Parys beat hundreds of pubs throughout East Anglia and the East Midlands to be crowned best pub. d’Parys will now go forward with five other UK regional finalists to the national finals of the Great British Pub Awards in September.