The Four Oaks pub in Sutton Coldfield, in the West Midlands, is set to undergo a major renovation, with stunning new interiors, an enhanced outdoor space and an outstanding new food offering, celebrating the very best of British produce. 

The multi-million pound renovation and redesign of The Four Oaks is set to begin in February and will see both the interior and exterior spaces thoughtfully reimagined, ahead of officially reopening in May. 

Elevating the main entrance is a key part of the design and every detail will be carefully considered to create a hand-crafted feel. Inside guests will see a new curved ceramic bar, blackened steel bar fonts and limestone flooring, offset with elegant upholstery and real oak.

The extensive restoration of The Four Oaks will create 32 new jobs locally and provide increased dining spaces, with more than 180 people able to be seated inside and over 100 outside, putting The Four Oaks firmly at the heart of the community.

Liam Smith, general manager at The Four Oaks, said: “We hope to create a cosy and inviting space to welcome guests at any time of day, whether they’re joining us for brunch or Sunday lunch, an afternoon beer or an evening with friends. 

“Blending tradition with innovation, the pub will take inspiration from its original interiors with restored original floors and warming fires, which will be complemented by an exceptional outdoor scandi-style garden. Our food and drink offering at The Four Oaks will showcase the best of British farms and vineyards and the new menu will focus on outstanding food, from exceptional Sunday roasts to small plates and stix, perfect for shared grazing.

“There will also be an extensive selection of drinks on offer, including an innovative range of craft ales lagers and wine. We can’t wait to open the doors to The Four Oaks this May!” The Four Oaks pub will officially open in May.