A SULLY pub has reopened its doors following a recent major refurbishment.

The Captain's Wife on Beach Road, part of the Vintage Inns group, also has a new menu which the landlord hopes will excite guests and encourage them to while away many hours in their surroundings.

The new menu includes Lamb Duo that is a pan-fired lamp rump and a cheddar topped shepherd’s pie, with seasonal vegetables and a red wine jus, and puddings including a warming sticky toffee and apple pudding

The new look pub also features fireplaces and a new outside dining area.

Richard Jones, landlord of the Captain’s Wife, said: "We wanted the new look to provide guests with a cosy pub where they can enjoy dinner, have a few drinks after their busy day or simply to relax with their four-legged friends and read the Sunday paper.

“The Captain’s Wife is in a fantastic location on the outskirts of Penarth, and we have an amazing support network around us, so we hope that all of our guests, both regulars and first-timers love the transformation.”

To celebrate its new-look, the Captain’s Wife is holding a ‘Taste of Vintage’ event where guests will be able to sample a selection of the new dishes, chat to Richard and the team, as well as celebrate with a free glass of bubbles. The event will be taking place on Friday, February 9 at 7pm.

To attend, email vintageinns@spottydogcommunications.com with the subject line “The Captain’s Wife Taste of Vintage” to register interest and places will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.