Images show what Great Yarmouth Troll cart pub will look like after £3.5m work

The images for the revamped Troll Cart show the new bar area, beer garden and a bedroom.
Images: K

The images for the revamped Troll Cart show the new bar area, beer garden and a bedroom. Images: K D Paine & Associates Ltd - Credit: Archant

These artist impressions show how a revamped JD Wetherspoon pub in Great Yarmouth will have a new look bar area, garden and bedrooms when it re-opens.

The images for the revamped Troll Cart show the new bar area, beer garden and a bedroom.
Images: K

The images for the revamped Troll Cart show the new bar area, beer garden and a bedroom. Images: K D Paine & Associates Ltd - Credit: Archant

The Troll Cart on Regent Road has seen the start of a £3.5m project that will see a 22 hotel added above it, its bar area given a fresh new look and a spacious rear garden added.

Wetherspoon spokesman Eddie Gershon said: 'We are delighted work has started on the new-look pub and creation of the 22-bedroom hotel.

'We believe the £3.55m project will result in a wonderful looking pub and first-class hotel.'

For the work the Troll Cart will close on August 13 and it is due to re-open on December 5 as a bar and hotel.

The images for the revamped Troll Cart show the new bar area, beer garden and a bedroom.
Images: K

The images for the revamped Troll Cart show the new bar area, beer garden and a bedroom. Images: K D Paine & Associates Ltd - Credit: Archant


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The plans were approved by the borough council in December and they will see an adjoining one-storey building demolished.

JD Wetherspoon also hopes to open the William Adams pub in Gorleston in November.

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