Pacific had to give an extensive makeover – against a tight deadline and, with the exception of four days, in a “live” environment – to a well-loved and historic pub/restaurant that caters for a sizeable clientele.
The project involved a full fit-out, involving sanding and sealing of floors, fitting of carpets, decoration, and the installation of waiting stations, seating and TV viewing areas.
As Hunter’s Tryst is one of Scotland’s longest-established inns, the project demanded tasteful and sensitive treatment.
Pacific drew on their vast experience to deliver yet another project for the licensed trade, within which their name is associated wiith numerous successful completions.
An initial week’s preparation work was carried out while the Tryst was still trading, in advance of a short, four-day closure to allow more substantial and disruptive operations to be undertaken.
High-end fittings and lighting were also an integral part of the specification adhered to by Pacific, who have a track record of operating to the highest standards across the UK.
Serving gastro pub food and a range of real ales to loyal and discerning diners and drinkers, Hunter’s Tryst is one of the country’s longest-established coaching inns.
It is part of the Ember Inns stable, which is run by Mitchells & Butlers, the United Kingdom’s largest bar and restaurant operators, whose brands include All Bar One, Toby Carvery, Harvester, Browns and O’Neills.