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£300k renovation for St Peter’s Finger at Lytchett Minster

February 2024

Independent family brewer, Hall & Woodhouse, has completed a £300,000 renovation at St Peter’s Finger, Poole. The Lytchett Minster pub has undergone a significant transformation with a full internal and external refresh for guests to enjoy.

The refurbishment has tastefully preserved the pub’s traditional features, while a fresh colour scheme and new furniture has enhanced the unique charm and character.

The pub boasts a brand-new cosy nook, the ‘garden room’, featuring plenty of greenery and making a feature of new double French doors, that open onto a newly expanded and furnished terrace. The new outdoor space at St Peter’s Finger is double the size of the previous terrace and is covered by four large umbrellas, making it a usable spot all year round.

Matt Woodhouse, Regional Manager at Hall & Woodhouse, said: “We are committed to providing a warm experience at all of our pubs where regulars and visiting guests feel welcome and at home. Our recent renovation at the St Peter’s Finger has delivered an impressive new look to the local favourite, while paying homage to its much-loved traditional features, making this gorgeous spot for Sunday lunch and a meal with family even more beautiful.”

The entrance to St Peter’s Finger is now framed with a new oak pergola and is complemented by new lighting. The lawn garden has also seen significant improvements, making it a desirable space for those upcoming long summer evenings.

Rumen Yordanov, General Manager of St Peter’s Finger, added: “We are really proud of our new look at the St Peter’s Finger. The recent renovations elevate the experience our locals and regulars know and love. Our new terrace and outdoor space are bound to be popular spaces for the community to enjoy the sunshine, and we can’t wait to see families and friends alike make use of it over the coming months.”