Not only do Concorde BGW celebrate its heritage but they have also bought the building up to date and created South Londonâ€™s coolest new hang out - a place for the locals to wine, dine and relax in but also a spot on the map for travellers with a design scheme that successfully celebrates the multiple histories of the sites existence.
The 12 en-suite bedrooms now feature stunning House of Hackney wallpaper, an eclectic mix of reclaimed and antique furniture, Roberts radioâ€™s and bespoke Lunar themed lights (a recurring theme across the pub). The brand new state of the art kitchen is complimented by a completely transformed restaurant that has a sense of bohemian decadence fused with a beautiful orangery. This sits behind a sympathetically refurbished main bar restored to its former glory with the original stained-glass windows, woodwork and painted mirrors brought back to pristine condition playing homage to the pubâ€™s location and rich heritage.
Fullerâ€™s Inns Managing Director Jonathon Swaine said: â€śThe Half Moon has set a new standard, not just in Fullerâ€™s â€“ but for the wider industry, in how to sympathetically refurbish a historic pub. The Half Moon has a history and heritage that deserves to be recognised and respected â€“ and I truly believe we have succeeded in doing thatâ€ť