Substantial character pub located in grounds of the rural Charborough Estate.
The Worlds End is a prominent landmark detached public house. We understand that original parts of the property date back to the 14th Century, however, following a fire in 1991, the property was extensively rebuilt. The property is mainly of two storeys under a thatched roof. To the rear of the property is a single storey extension under a pitched tile roof. To the north east side of the property are single storey courtyard outbuildings. The property sites within a split plot of approximately 1.99 hectares (4.91 acres). The land bordering the property is owned by the Landlord. The property comprises a ground floor open plan bar and restaurant with a well presented interior, typical of a characterful rural dining pub. There are 88 seated covers available throughout. Features include a prominent bar servery, flagstone floor, exposed timber beams and columns and brickwork. Ancillary space includes a good sized trade kitchen and preparation areas, storage, walk-in fridge and freezer, staff room, office, beer cellar and spirit store. Customer WC's are provided. Staff accommodation is located at first floor level and is accessed internally and comprises a manager's flat of three bedrooms, bathroom and kitchenette as well as x2 self-contained bedsits. External customer areas are located to the front and rear of the property. There are approximately 32 seats available to the rear; located to the east of the property is a children's play area. To the front are a further 52 customer seats and landscaped car-park accommodating in excess of 100 cars. A staff car park and delivery area is located to the rear.
A landmark public house located in attractive rural countryside on a prominent main road.Chris Bickle
The property has an EPC Rating of B-49.