3 Years AfterThe Floods - The Boat House Sails Again
16 July 2010
Out Of Disaster Opportunities Come - Following Hard Work And Equipped With New Servery Counters, The Galley Is Fully Operational At The Boat House, TewkesburyOut of disaster opportunites come - The Boat House at King John's Island, Tewkesbury, which featured heavily during the famous 2007 Gloucester floods, is no exception.
Following a complete refurbishment Proprietor's Mike and Wendy Wakeman, who took on property and are now offering their famous, home cooked style carvery and grill. With the aid of new carvery servery counters, which were designed and manufactured by Target Catering Equipment, the restaurant goes from strength to stength.
For ease of installation and to overcome the problem of access to the first floor kitchen and restaurant, the servery counters had to be manufactured in a modular design. The boat house style of tongue and grove panelling was also duplicated in the exterior panelling of the servery counters.
Coffee and light bites can now be enjoyed on The Terrace overlooking the River Avon and it's weir, as yachts moored alongside provide a backdrop defitting the South of France on lazy summer days, a far cry from July 2007 when Gloucestershire experienced the worst floods on record.
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