Traditional Coaching Inn with 11 en-suite letting rooms in a prominent roadside location.
The property is a Grade II Listed building constructed in approximately 1700. The building is arranged over 3 floors and is part stone and brick built with a slate tiled roof to the main building and a clay tiled roof to the single storey extension at the rear. There are a number of outbuildings included within the demise which are brick built with either a pitched tiled or asbestos profile sheeting roof.
To the side and rear of the property is a large unmarked tarmacadam car park and beyond at the rear is a lawned trade garden. The topography rises from south to north and the site is irregular in shape, measuring approximately 0.454 ha (1.124 acres).
Internally, the property comprises a large central bar servery which is traditional in style. There a various seating areas either side of the servery including an entertainment/pool area. Kitchen and back of house areas are located at the rear. There are 11 en-suite bedrooms (4 single; 5 double; 2 twin) arranged
over first and second floor. The outbuildings are mostly redundant or used for storage purposes.
Our informal planning enquiries confirm that the premises is permitted as a hotel (Use Class C1). The property is Grade II listed and lies within Radstock conservation area.
The property also falls within flood zones 2 and 3.
Freehold. The property will be sold as a going concern. TUPE regulations will therefore apply.
Offers in excess of £700,000 are invited for the freehold. It is anticipated VAT will not be applicable.
EPC exempt - Listed building
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