Main Double Door Entrance leading through to OPEN PLAN LOUNGE BAR on stepped level with a mixture of carpeted and stripped wood and stone flag floor. Raised seating area with part exposed stone wall and seating for approximately 40 customers with ample room for more standing, darts area. Lower Section being home to wood panel fronted bar counter having wooden back display and GAMES AREA with drinking shelves and tables for a further 30 customers comfortably.
LADIES and GENTLEMEN’S TOILETS. Access from behind servery to KITCHENETTE with glass wash area. BASEMENT AREA having KEG CELLAR. TWO STOREROOMS.
OFFICE. SECOND OFFICE.
PRIVATE FLAT with large LANDING AREA leading to shower. BATHROOM. WC. Large LOUNGE with double aspect. KITCHEN/DINER with fitted units and table. THREE DOUBLE BEDROOMS. Airing Cupboard
STUDIO FLAT which provides a large DOUBLE BEDROOM with arched access through to a small KITCHEN/DINING LIVING ROOM.
There is a possibly an undefined boundary of about 2m from the premises that go around which offers an area where the pub currently has seating with five picnic benches. To the side of the property is a small enclosed bin yard.
The Town of Bridgend sits to the western side of the Vale of Glamorgan and acts as an administrative centre to the surrounding area, including the Ogwr and Ogmore Valleys, along with Porthcawl and much of the Vale. It enjoys excellent road access being just off junctions 35 and 36 of the M4 motorway. It also attracts a large number of employers, being the home of Ford, Sony and the headquarters of South Wales Police.