Royston Is Getting Up To Speed

18th May 2021 posted in BUYERS TENANTS

At Country Properties, we understand the importance of community, and people need places to meet. The past year has been tough for so many reasons, but the absence of social interaction has been damaging for many.

This is why we are delighted to see things move in the right direction.

Royston is alive and kicking

The Green Man boasts a score of 4.1 out of five, from more than 150 reviews on Google. The pub is located at 37 Market Hill, Royston SG8 9JU, and if you’re looking for a leading sports bar in the area, this is one of your best options.

No matter your opinion on sport, there is no denying it is a huge factor in many people’s lives. Even in a time when many claim to becoming disillusioned with the top sporting team and tournaments, few things bring people together like sport, and major sporting events.

With that in mind, there is a lot riding on the Euros this summer, and many people are already counting down the hours until they can meet with friends and watch as the games unfold. Choosing a pub for the big matches is a vital task, and it is good to know there are suitable options on offer in Royston.

Banyers House is scoring well online

Banyers House is a well-regarded option in the local area. The venue, located at 16 Melbourn St, Royston SG8 7BZ; scores 4.3 out of five with their Google reviews, and this is from more than 640 reviews. This should give you confidence that this is a venue that offers a consistently good time for all attendees! The pub also has more than 2,600 followers on Facebook, so again, they must be doing something right.

Right now, it always pays to check a pub’s social media presence to ensure they are open, and welcoming customers. If you check the Banyers House Facebook page, you’ll see they are fully up to speed with food and drink, so if you need a local destination to catch up with friends, this is a great option.

There have also been changes behind the scenes at Banyers House in Royston, Hertfordshire. Matt Whitehouse has been appointed as the new deputy general manager, Katie Roylance is now the assistance manager and Alexis Kaltio is the trainee assistant manager.

CEO of the Oakman Group, Dermot King, spoke about the appointments at various pubs, saying; “It’s testament to our award-winning training and enrichment programme, and our team’s desire to continually expand their knowledge and skills, that we have been able to promote more than 40 people across 33 of our venues prior to reopening. Realising the potential of our team is key to our ongoing success, and we passionately believe that the people we have working for us, and their skills, knowledge and tremendous attitude, is one of the main reasons so many of our guests, both local and from further away, continue to support us.”

In line with Government guidelines, our Royston branch is open and is staffed with sales and lettings personnel.  If you have any queries or need advice on property sales and lettings then please call 01763 245121 or email