A "much loved" Maidenhead pub has relaunched following a huge investment.

The Corner House, located on 43 Queen Street, has received an "enthusiastic reception" from regulars during its relaunch on Thursday, February 2.

The grand re-opening followed a £200K investment, with brand new décor, five HD TV screens, and a "secret courtyard" seating area.

Complete with new booths and a shiny new pool table the pub hopes locals will find it a "perfect place" to relax and enjoy a couple of drinks. 

Themed around Valentine's Day, the launch event featured firebreathers alongside a selection of pink drinks.

The pub is owned by award-winning pub operator, Craft Union Pub Company, who decided to revitalise the Corner House with a series of improvements to enhance the pub’s offering to the local community.

Paul James will operate the pub alongside his sister, Tracey, with a combined experience of thirty years.

The duo hope the pub will become the "beating heart of the community", welcoming locals, including families and dogs.

Commenting on the recent pub renovations, Paul said: “It’s modern and contemporary but warmer in feel.

"We’re planning great live events as well as sports nights and feel confident that locals and visitors will love it.”

Upcoming events and activities include horse racing every Monday during the day and a quiz with cash prizes every Tuesday evening.

Other events include FIFA nights, pool and the Sticky 13 in addition to live music and popular karaoke and DJ nights.