Stubbs Restaurant

Work: Conversion and extension of hotel/restaurant
Location: Ashford Kent
Architecture: Traditional

RBA was engaged by an established client whose expertise lies in the creation of profitable, high quality pubs and restaurants usually from existing failing premises.

Stubbs restaurant lies on the main A28 just outside Ashford and was created from a property known as The Croft Hotel. The site and adjoining land has a number of TPO’d trees and suffered from poor drainage, RBA obtained planning consent to significantly extend and refurbish the property and to provide a new access and parking for over 60 vehicles.

The design created 4 distinct areas including, Bisto, snug bar, oyster bar and main restaurant as well as 3 open terrace areas for alfresco dining. A large commercial kitchen was provided with separate vehicular service access as well as a 3 bedroom first floor managers flat and offices.

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