Historic Village Pub Transformed by TMDP Group

  • 19th June 2017
  • Conservation

TMDP Group has carried out a major renovation project to breathe new life into one of Leicestershire’s oldest public houses.

The George, a 16th century coaching inn, in Great Oxendon, near Market Harborough has been totally transformed and is now an informal restaurant and traditional village pub with eight boutique hotel bedrooms.

TMDP was commission by Stephen and Tracy Fitzpatrick, who also own Michelin rated The Joiners Arms in Bruntingthorpe, to produce designs that retained the historic character and charm of the building, whilst adding a modern and creative twist – synonymous with Stephen and Tracy’s signature theme.

Also appointed to carry out the renovation, refurbishment and interior design of The George, TMDP worked with the owners to combine a traditional hunting lodge ambience mixed with chic and tasteful luxury.

“We are delighted with the end result of this project.  The transformation of The George is stunning.

“We pride ourselves on our work with historic, listed and conservation buildings and by taking a sympathetic approach to both design and construction, we have delivered a turn-key package that is set to become one of the ‘go to’ restaurants in the County.”

Scott Moore, Managing Director, TMDP, Special Projects