Black Diamond opens its third pub
Black Diamond Pub Company has opened The Three Tuns in Biddenham, Bedfordshire.
Black Diamond Pub Company, a high-end, food-led village pub group, has opened The Three Tuns in Biddenham, Bedfordshire, its third pub to date.
Ahead of its reopening, The Three Tuns was transformed via a joint £300,000 investment from pub owner Greene King Pub Partners.
As part of the transformation, The Three Tuns has received a full refurbishment inside, featuring a completely redesigned bar and all new furniture. Outside, the pub has new signage, decorations and sail coverings over its rear garden.
The kitchen of the pub has also been refurbished to serve the Black Diamond Pub Company’s high-end food offer. All the pub’s meat will be provided by a local, family-run butcher less than 10 miles from the pub.
“As a growing pub business, I am delighted to have opened our next pub in partnership with Greene King," says Matt Henman, founder of the Black Diamond Pub Company. “We have built a strong relationship with Greene King Pub Partners through difficult trading times, and when the opportunity came up to take on The Three Tuns, we jumped at it. The pub has everything we look for – local village pub setting with the space and features needed to implement our high-end, food-led offer.”
The company's other pubs are The French Horn in Steppingley, Bedfordshire, and The Crooked Billet in Newton Longville near Milton Keynes. All three pubs are operated in partnership with Greene King Pub Partners.