Rhu Inn gets a new lease of life as Davidson adds Inn to portfolio


Locals in Helensburgh are pleased following the reopening of The Rhu Inn after it changed hands earlier this year.

David Davidson is now operating the pub and, following six months of hard work and a spend in the region of £250K, the historic coaching inn, which dates back to 1648, is now open for business and “looking brilliant’.

The Inn, which includes a restaurant, bar and snug as well as six refurbished guest bedrooms, will now offer traditional pub fayre, alongside real ales and craft beers, and it is dog friendly too.

David Davidson commented, “We’re so excited to be reopening the Rhu Inn. We’ve invested heavily, It’s been a £250K refurbishment with the best of materials used. Like always there have been hitches we’ve had to overcome but we are on our road to completion.

“What we are offering here is something that all generations will be able to use and enjoy, and I can’t wait to get open, we’re looking forward to welcoming back the Rhu clientele, as well as neighbouring communities, travellers and tourists.”

Davidson has various other venues under his Yes to All Group. They include The Cardross Inn, Barga in Paisley and The Urbanist in Kilmarnock.

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