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Premier Hospitality 7.3

Premier Hospitality 7.3
Written by Roma Publications

This Month in Premier Hospitality 7.3

Welcome to the latest edition of Premier Hospitality.

In this month’s issue we profile Collective Design; we take a look at Seafood Temple; and we cast our eye over Bourgee.

A ground-breaking multi-award-winning interior design practice who thrive for excellence in the commercial world, Collective Design is a one-stop shop of services from concept through to completion. Services include everything from obtaining planning permission, to full design and detailing, branding, styling, specifying, lighting design and more. No matter what the scale of project or the budget, Collective Design ensure the very highest of standards at all times. In this issue, we take a look at a number of Collective Design’s projects, including The Roker Hotel in Sunderland, Yolo Townhouse in Newcastle, The Plough in Durham, and Tapas Revolution and Central – both in Newcastle.

Meanwhile, one of most iconic landmarks in South Shields has undergone a radical makeover after years of neglect to create a fish and chips haven by the sea. Colmans Seafood Temple has opened to the public, becoming the second restaurant for fish and chip specialists Colmans of South Shields. Transforming the site traditionally known to locals as Gandi’s Temple, the restaurant has 75 covers in the main dining room and 30 covers in the bar. Overlooking a stunning coastline, Colmans Seafood Temple makes the most of glorious views through a largely glass exterior.

And finally, Located in the Grade I listed Cupola House in Bury St Edmunds, the new Bourgee Restaurant, specialising in steak and lobster, is now trading in its iconic building, and boasting a stunning interior. The building, in the Traverse, was previously occupied by Strada restaurant, before it was destroyed in a fierce fire in June 2012. This was followed by a painstaking restoration before the opening of the new venue owned by James Welling and Mark Baumann, who already have branches in Southend-On-Sea and Chelmsford. The new venue reflects the company ethos “that luxury dining can be served at affordable prices.”

With all this and more it’s time to sit back and tuck into another helping of Premier Hospitality.


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