The property is situated within an affluent location and comprises 24 letting bedrooms.
The Bishop’s Table Hotel comprises a Grade II Listed building which was originally constructed as a private residence in the early 1700s and had substantial grounds in its ownership. The main building is arranged over three storeys of traditional brick and block construction beneath a mixture of multi-pitched tiled and slate roofs. The fenestration is predominately wooden and mainly the original style wood sash windows. Internally within the main building, which has been sensitively extended and refurbished, provides a total of 16 letting bedrooms and small function room. There is an attractive and grand reception room and hall area. Adjacent to this area at ground floor level is a 60 cover restaurant/bar with servery. Beyond this is a fully fitted commercial kitchen. To the rear of the main building there is the coach house which comprises of the laundry room at ground floor with two letting bedrooms above. Beyond the coach house in a further separate building is The Lodge which provides a total of 6 letting bedrooms, with 3 on the ground floor and 3 on the first floor. Adjacent to The Lodge and Coach House is an attractive garden with terrace abutting the restaurant and 12 parking spaces surrounding.
Exempt as Grade II Listed building.