The Stanwick Arms is the only pub in this well respected village. The business has
ceased trading following the departure of the previous tenant, however the business
could easily be reopened as there is high demand from the village to have their local
pub back open. The pub is accessed via the front entrance porch leading through to
the public bar, seating36 persons on fixed perimeter seating and an assortment of
chairs and low stools. This room oozes character having a polished timber floor,
exposed ceiling beams and a traditional timber fronted bar servery under a matching
polished timber counter, this room was extremely popular with the locals and
passing walkers with its open roaring fire in the winter months.
The lounge bar accommodates approximately 22 persons again having a wealth of
character and an interconnecting bar servery with that of the public bar. The lounge
bar leads through to a small dining area for 20 persons that could easily be used for
small functions or meetings. A corridor leads through to a restaurant for
approximately 40 persons with solid oak ceiling beams and double doors leading
out onto a patio area.
Fully fitted catering kitchen with a range of stainless steel preparation benches, 6
burner oven, solid top cooker and Lincat steam oven.
To the first floor, having external access, there are 2 fully contained ensuite letting
bedrooms. The living accommodation is very spacious and is located over the first
and second floors and briefly consisting of lounge, kitchen, house bathroom, 3
double bedrooms to the first floors and large bedroom/studio with bathroom to the
Externally there is a patio area to the side of the property and drinking area to the
front overlooking the village green. Car park for approximately 20 vehicles and a
range of outbuildings that could be developed into letting accommodation subject
to the necessary planning permissions.
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The Stanwick Arms is located in the affluent and respected
village of Aldbrough St John, once the home to the Duchess of
Northumberland. The property stands in prime position
overlooking one of the countries largest village green's.
This picture postcard village is perfectly positioned and lies
some 6 miles west of Darlington, 7 miles north of
Richmond and 2 miles north of junction 56 on the A1