Freehold public house with managers accommodation and car park to the rear, The property is located in the village of Dalton-le-Dale, County Durham, 10.1 kilometres (6.3 miles) south of Sunderland, 17.0 kilometres (10.6 miles) north east of Durham and 19.8 kilometres (12.3 miles) north west of Hartlepool., The Times I nn is situated in the village of Dalton-le-Dale on the B1285 which provides access to Sunderland to the north and Middlesbrough to the south via the A 19. The property is situated in a semi-rural residential area with local facilities including The Church of Saint Andrew., Seaham train station is located 2.4 kilometres (1.5 miles) to the north east which provides services to Newcastle in approximately 30 minutes., Internally the trading area is situated at ground floor level, with a central bar servery and seating on a mix of loose tables, chairs, sofas and benches for 70 customers. To the rear are ladies and gentlemen’s toilets and a trade kitchen. The beer cellar is located at basement level., The first floor is accessed from behind the bar servery and comprises three double rooms, living room, kitchen and bathroom., The site extends to 0.12 hectares (0.30 acres)., Freehold public house with vacant possession, Site extends to 0.12 hectares (0.30 acres), Large car park for 15 vehicles, Beer garden to the side elevation, Three bedroom managers accommodation, The property comprises a two storey, above basement, detached building with a single storey extension to the rear elevation. The Times Inn has shingle and painted elevations beneath a pitched tiled roof. Externally there is a beer garden to the side elevation with seating on loose tables and chairs for 9 customers. The car park to the rear elevation has parking for approximately 15 vehicles.