The public house is of mainly brick construction and two floors from street level under a pitched tile roof with an additional third floor attic room in one of the eaves. Parts of the building date back to the 17th Century. Located to rear are single storey flat roof extensions and a detached barn outbuilding (with historical planning consent). The plot of land extends to around 0.465 ha / 1.148 acre and includes gravel car park, customer beer gardens and private land (unused). The Abinger Hatch is an attractive country pub with many original features including flagstone floor, exposed wood ceiling beams and open fireplace. The ground floor trading area comprises of an open plan bar and restaurant with a large dining room (90 seated covers in total) with further lounge style and bar seating available. Ancillary space includes ladies, gents and family WCs, trade kitchen with preparation and dry storage areas.