This semi-detached building is of a presumed solid stone construction with elevations beneath a pitched slate clad roof. Elevations incorporate timber framed, single glazed sash windows to the front. It is understood the pub was originally formed from three cottages that were interlinked and subsequently extended. Internally there are two well-appointed trading areas; a 'tap room' and family dining area with carvery (c70 covers). These are situated either side of a bar. To the rear of the trading area are WCs, a commercial kitchen, food prep, cool room, office and store. The first floor is separately accessed and, until recently, provided ten en-suite lettable bedrooms and store. Three bedrooms have recently been stripped out with the intention of creating a flat. The property benefits from a cellar with barrel drop and is situated within a well-appointed site extending 0.5 acres.