The William Peverel, in Bulwell, has been recognised by the local Civic Society.
The pub, near Nottingham, which opened in September 2011, has been presented with a commendation award by Nottingham Civic Society for the standard of the conversion of the building.
The company has spent £1.3 million redeveloping the outlet, on the site of a former Wilkinson hardware store, Co-op supermarket and originally the Picture Palace cinema.
Nottingham Civic Society, an organisation founded in 1962, cares about the city and is dedicated to making it a better place in which to live, work and relax.
The society aims to preserve and enhance the character of the city by advising and campaigning on: the historic areas, buildings and public spaces; good design in new developments and regeneration area; sustainability and quality of life in the city.
Scott Hutchinson, pub manager at The William Peverel, pictured receiving a certificate from Kurt Hatton (right) from Nottingham Civic Society, said: “We are delighted to be awarded this commendation, which is great recognition for the excellent conversion of the pub.”