A HUGELY popular pub in Anglesey has reopened after undergoing an extensive makeover, which has doubled its capacity.

Four Crosses, in Menai Bridge, underwent a complete interior and exterior renovation after an investment by operating chain Robinsons Brewery.

The pub closed for the major refit in January, and reopened last month to glowing reviews from customers.

North Wales Chronicle: Four Crosses.Four Crosses. (Image: Submitted)

The business is run by David and Sonia Griffith, who took over the site last year.

The charming pub, which is popular with both locals and visitors to the area, has seen improvements to the pub’s layout allowing improved customer flow throughout the pub.

North Wales Chronicle: Four Crosses.Four Crosses. (Image: Submitted)

It also incorporates a new design scheme and has increased the size of its external seating area, doubling the pub’s capacity.      

Robinsons in-house design team have restored the character of the traditional pub, creating an inviting farmhouse feel.

North Wales Chronicle: Four Crosses.Four Crosses. (Image: Submitted)

Existing timber woodwork and exposed stonework has been retained and accentuated, including a new Welsh stone fireplace creating a more inviting area for guests to relax.

The character and heritage of the pub continues with pub signage primarily behind written in native Welsh.

The final nod to the pub’s Welsh heritage is found amongst its artwork, displaying pictures and paintings from across Anglesey.

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Maintaining and emphasising their Welsh roots was important to Sonia and David when they began the refurbishment.     

The Four Crosses often caters for large events - it now has additional spaces suitable for groups, including two semi-private spaces.           

As well as the increased spaces internally, outside the pub has a much larger beer garden complete with festoon lighting – perfect for warmer cosy evenings.