Awnings for pubs


Awnings for pubs is a target group for which Deans are particularly strong. We have been installing awnings for pub for most of the last century but their popularity increased significantly when the smoking ban was introduced ten years ago. One of our most popular awnings  which fits the awnings for pubs category is the Marlesbury. The Marlesbury was especially developed for the commercial market and is  based on a traditional design. Incorporating fine metalwork the  elegant design classic lines means that it is especially suited to installations where there is a requirement for a traditional appearance without the cumbersome look of some commercial awnings. These Marlesbury awnings are installed on to the frontage of the popular Hectors pub in Stockbridge – close to Edinburgh.

Hectors is at the centre of Stockbridge, a few minutes’ walk north of Edinburgh centre. The pub provides a perfect setting for a really enjoyable drinking and dining experience. For a relaxed lunch or a generous Sunday roast, family dinner or lazy brunch, Hectors offer fresh and flavourful home-cooked food. An interesting and comprehensive drinks menu can be found, as will a warm welcome.

There is an upstairs private function room and outdoor tables for guests during the summer months. This strikingly attractive pub draws a diverse clientele which reflects the upbeat, friendly vibe of the local neighbourhood.    .

Stockbridge is a suburb of Edinburgh and is located to the north of the city.  The borders are bounded New Town and by Comely Bank. The name is Scots dialect from Anglic stocc brycg, meaning a timber bridge. Stockbridge was originally  a small outlying village but was incorporated into the City of Edinburgh in the 19th century. The current “Stock Bridge” is a stone structure crossing  the Water of Leith, it was built in 1801.  Stockbridge has a tentative link to the Robin Williams film, Mrs Doubtfire. This was originally a novel by Anne Fine but the film itself is almost unrecognisable from the plot of the book itself.

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