VIDEO: Take a first look inside the refurbished Fisherman’s Tavern in Broughty Ferry

One of Broughty Ferry’s most historic pubs has reopened its doors after undergoing a four-week refurbishment and The Courier was among the first to get a look at the revamped premises.

The Fisherman’s Tavern in Fort Street has been extensively redecorated.

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The old back bar area has undergone the biggest change to allow for a new women’s toilet.
The rear lounge of the revamped Fisherman’s Tavern.
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The new dining room.

Although the layout of the pub is generally the same, the second bar to the rear has been removed to create more room and space for a new women’s toilet.

All of its 14 bedrooms have also been redecorated.

The Fish first opened in 1827 and is renowned for its real ales.

It is currently owned by Belhaven Greene King.

The fisherman's Tavern has had its refurbishment and is open again from 11am today!! Feel free to drop by and the staff…

Posted by Broughty Ferry Lifeboat – RNLI on Friday, 9 March 2018