Red House Lilleshall bought by local pub group
Written by BBC News on January 23, 2019
A Staffordshire based pub group has confirmed it has acquired the Red House Inn in Lilleshall and plans to transform it into a high quality destination pub.
The Red House, on the A518 Wellington Road, closed its doors on New Year’s Eve and is now boarded up pending renovations. It was previously owned by the Greene King chain who sold it to the Staffordshire based pub group, Parogon, late last year.
Phil Sharp, Director of Parogon said: “We’re undertaking a full refurbishment of the Red House Inn in Lilleshall. It will open later in 2019 and will become a fantastic addition to the area and will complement our other high-quality destination pubs in the region. Our new gastro-style menu will be second to none”.
He said the group selects individual, iconic landmark sites for pub restaurants and sets about transforming them into stunning contemporary venues.
Parogon operates seven other pubs in Staffordshire including the Swan with two necks at Blackbrook, The Orange Tree Bar and Grill in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Block House Barbecue Grill in Whitmore, and the Wayfarer in Stone.