A deceptively large building dating back to 1585. An end terraced two and three storey property with various single and two storey additions. Various pitched slate roofs with dormer windows to one section of the front elevation. Part stone, part rendered and painted elevations. The Annexe is Grade II listed. There are three parking spaces to the front for customers, with an additional three spaces at the rear for staff. Private garden and store area. There are views of Snowdonia Mountain range from the garden and the lounge bar. The building itself is quite unique because of its location but it also has a lace valley roof and we are advised there are only 3 or 4 buildings in North Wales with this as it dates back to 1585 when there was no lead. This has all been recently renovated.