A large period mainly 2 storey public house constructed in brickwork beneath a variety of pitched roof structures. Adjoining the rear elevation is a single storey section, together with a former detached 2 storey stable block and a rear car park, accessed off Bescoby Street.
The outlet provides a very well established wet-led operation and comprises of 2 ground floor trading areas with ancillary toilet, kitchen and storage facilities. There is a basement level housing the main cellarage, whilst the first floor provides extensive live-on facilities by way of 4 bedrooms.
A small beer garden area leads to a former stable block which would lend itself for conversion.
The property has a total gross internal floor area of circa 444.43 sq. m. (4,784 sq. ft.). This includes the stable block.
The Packet Inn occupies a corner position at the junction of Grove Street and Bescoby Street, approximately ½ mile from the Retford town centre. The property adjoins the Chesterfield Canal.