The Cross Roads Inn is a two and single storey property of painted brick elevations beneath pitched and flat roofs. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance
hall with exposed ceiling beams and store room off, leading to the Main Bar Area of dog-leg shape, with timber bar servery, brick-built feature fireplace, approximately 32 covers and archway leading to dining room with c.12 covers and brick-built feature fireplace. The rear 'Games Room' has seating for c. 20, a corner timber bar servery, space for pool table, darts throw and french doors providing access to the rear outdoor beer terrace.
An inner hallway provides access to the car park and Ladies and Gents WCs. The pub also benefits from a ground floor beer cellar and commercial catering kitchen
The domestic accommodation is located on the first floor and briefly comprises Lounge, three double bedrooms and bathroom.
To the exterior the pub benefits from a paved beer patio, an enclosed lawned beer garden and good sized car park with approximately 20 spaces and a
double sectional concrete garage.
The Cross Roads Inn is prominently located in the centre of the Lincolnshire village of East Barkwith, situated on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The pub sits on the busy A157 Lincoln Road, between Wragby with Louth, which is approximately 12miles to the east. East Barkwith lies approximately 22 miles to the south of Grimsby, 29 miles north west of Boston and approximately 13 mile northeast