Revamped Klondyke Garden Centre in Polmont opens its doors

by | Sep 27, 2021 | Business, Chains, News | 1 comment

The redevelopment of Klondyke Garden Centre at Polmont has been completed.

A new, large extension has transformed the centre and the customer journey, from core gardening and garden lifestyle through to the new houseplant department and gifts and indoor living displays.

The second retail space is home to seasonal products, with Klondyke’s Christmas experience currently in situ. This then flows through to cookshop and food hall.

Adjacent to its houseplant zone is the entrance to anew 300-seater restaurant and separate coffee bar. The restaurant is full table service with a menu featuring regional produce and Klondyke’s signature home baking. Social dining is at the forefront, with large booth areas and feature tables available. The new coffee bar seats 75 covers and has a large feature window looking onto the houseplant zone.

Several new concession partners have joined the centre too: Pavers Shoes, Klass Clothing, Outdoor Lifestyles Garden Rooms & Hot Tubs and Handy Andy Car Wash. A Changing Places facility is also offered at the centre.

The project was carried out by R H Irving Construction Ltd.

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