A vineyard stretched out in the current parking, the building was a farmhouse from the starting century. The idea of turning a farm area into a high-profile Scottish pub took shape during a cold rough evening of January. And from here on the work began and persisted for one year, more or less.
Cutty Sark is the name sentenced for the Pub, a name that descends from an ancient vessel, which sailed all over the word under the British flag. It definitively opens its doors to the public achieving resounding success. And from now on, a smooth way full of nice evenings and refined tapping of the best beers.
Cutty Sark closes for refurbishment and renovation. After almost 20 years of work in full swing, as every ‘ship’ after a long intense period of sailing need to anchor for a brief period of time, as well the pub stops to be devised and perfected for the coming 2020.
More close-knit and enthusiastic than ever a new team, including the historical first owner, reopens ready to hit the big time as it did in the 2000s.