DUDLEY pub and hotel Himley House has reopened its doors today (Monday April 22) after a major revamp.

Part of the Chef and Brewer Collection of country pubs, the venue - which was once part of the Himley Hall estate - has been given a more contemporary look and feel internally and externally thanks to a seven-figure investment.

The interior has been redecorated, to incorporate a new bar, four log fires and updated décor and furnishings, to create a more vibrant setting while retaining the traditional features of the venue situated next to Himley Hall and Park.

Dudley News: Inside the revamped Himley HouseInside the revamped Himley House (Image: Greene King)

The lobby area has also been re-designed.

Outside, the garden terrace has undergone a full re-fit, with a covered and heated seating area installed so guests can enjoy al fresco dining throughout the year.

Dudley News: The garden terrace at Himley HouseThe garden terrace at Himley House (Image: Greene King)

All 21 hotel rooms have also been revamped, with new furniture and fittings including re-fitted bathrooms.

Dudley News: One of the bedrooms at Himley House which has been given a major makeoverOne of the bedrooms at Himley House which has been given a major makeover (Image: Greene King)

Dudley News: Himley House general manager Andrew ColleyHimley House general manager Andrew Colley (Image: Greene King)

Andrew Colley, general manager of Himley House, said: “Myself and the rest of the team couldn’t be more excited to reopen after watching our pub transform throughout the beginning of this year.

“As the weather starts to improve, we know that our transformed garden terrace will be a big hit within the community.

“We’re also in an ideal location being situated next to Himley Hall, so we look forward to welcoming old faces back, and to see some new ones too.”