A pub has reopened after a major refurbishment.

Frogshole Farm, Crawley, has unveiled its new look following a three-week makeover.

A refreshed bar, new soft furnishings and an expanded dining space are some of the new changes that have been made to the pub, in Maidenbower Drive.

Inside Frogshole FarmInside Frogshole Farm (Image: Ember Inns)

The menu has also been updated to include a wide range of new dishes, including chicken schnitzel, rainbow lasagne and cheese and bacon burger and steaks.

Read more: Another plan submitted to turn former pub into housing

A new bar area has been createdA new bar area has been created (Image: Ember Inns)

There is also a fixed-price Sunday lunch menu with up to three courses available, including a roast, with guests able to add a three sides bundle of cauliflower cheese, stuffing wrapped in bacon and Yorkshire puddings for £6.49.

Vania Mendonca, general manager at the Frogshole Farm, said: “We’re thrilled to welcome guests, both familiar faces and new friends, to experience our pub’s new look, while keeping the cosy feel of the Frogshole Farm we all know and love.”

Four-legged friends are also welcome at the Frogshole Farm as the pub has a dedicated dog-friendly space in the bar, along with water available on request to ensure they are as comfortable as their owners.