TWO INTERCONNECTING BAR AREAS both arranged around a CENTRAL BAR SERVERY. These trading areas have part carpeted, part slate tiled and part boarded floor. There are two fireplaces to either end of the room and there is beamed ceiling throughout. The building is currently unfurnished but could cater for between 80 and 100 customers when fully furnished. There are no kitchen or toilet facilities as these now form part of the rear of building which are the freeholder’s offices.
There are three STOREROOMS (one with an external entrance only)
At first floor arranged as follows: BEDROOM 1, single (previously had been the pub’s office). KITCHEN/DINER with some fitted units and sufficient space for small dining table. Good size LOUNGE. BEDROOM 2, BEDROOM 3, double, BEDROOM 4, double BEDROOM 5, double. BATHROOM.
Attached to the building and part of the stone construction is an OUTBUILDING which has a pitched slate roof. It currently houses the oil storage facilities for the central heating.
Abergavenny is a market town in Monmouthshire 15 miles west of Monmouth on the A40 and A465 roads a mere 6 miles from the English Border. The town contains the remains of a medieval stone castle built soon after the Norman conquest of Wales. Abergavenny is often promoted as the Gateway to Wales and is situated at the confluence of a tributary stream, the Gavenny and River Usk. It is surrounded by two mountains. The Blorenge (559 metres) Sugar Loaf (596 metres) and five other hills.