The Cedar Inn in Aberdour, which has been shut for the last 12 months
is set for a complete make-over by owners Star Pubs & Bars. The pub
was formerly part of the Punch Taverns estate until being Star Pubs &
Bars, back in August 2017. It currently boasts a 50-cover restaurant,
public bar, conservatory and nine en-suite letting rooms.
The new plans include alterations to both the front and rear of the
property, on Shore Road. The proposals also include creating a large
glass frontage to the restaurant area, which would significantly alter the
current design of the front of the property.
A spokesperson for Star Pubs & Bars told DRAM, “We can confirm
that we have applied for planning permission to upgrade The Cedar
Inn in Aberdour, which has been closed for a year so, and that this is
already in place once a new operator is found to take it forward. At this
stage, the plans are indicative of what we would like to do to improve
the pub and broaden its appeal. A complete internal and external refurbishment
is planned including upgrading the nine letting rooms to cater
to both the local community and tourist trade. To complement the new
look, the pub will premiumise its food and drinks offer once reopened.”

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Tags: Aberdour, The Cedar Inn