The Angel Inn is a large detached property of painted and rendered elevations
beneath pitched tiled and flat roofs. A former coaching Inn that is believed to date
back to the 1800s, the accommodation briefly comprises a large split level open
plan trading area with an L-shaped bar servery. The area is split between a small
public bar, a lounge dining area with an open fire and beamed
ceiling ambience. Separate to this is a lounge area with a pool table and darts area.
The pub has a mixture of carpet and tiles throughout with a ceiling and traditional
The pub also benefits from Ladies and Gents W.C.s, a commercial catering kitchen
located off the lounge area and a ground floor beer cellar.
The domestic accommodation is located over the first floor and briefly
comprises lounge, one bedroom and bathroom with separate W.C.
To the exterior the property benefits from a large car park, for up to 20 cars to the
rear and a lawned beer garden. The total site area is approximately 0.291 acres.
The Angel inn is prominently located on Church Street, a few
hundred metres from Swadlincote town centre. The pub
benefits from being situated in a residential area close to local
amenities including a new residential complex that has
recently been completed.Swadlincote is a former mining town
in the district of South Derbyshire, lying within The National
Forest area. It borders the counties of Leicestershire and
Staffordshire and is situated approximately 5 miles south-east
of Burton upon Trent