Not only do Concorde BGW celebrate its heritage but they have also bought the building up to date and created South London’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 radio’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 pub’s location and rich heritage.
Fuller’s Inns Managing Director Jonathon Swaine said: “The Half Moon has set a new standard, not just in Fuller’s – 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 – and I truly believe we have succeeded in doing that”