Ye Olde Crown

Edenbridge, TN8 5AR

Ye Olde Crown is a historical public house, dating back to the 14th century located on the main street central of Edenbridge, an affluent town in mid Kent situated close to the larger towns of Tunbridge Wells and Sevenoaks.

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About the Pub

A real community pub surrounded by residential housing and commercial premises nearby. Edenbridge train station is within 5 minutes walk of the pub, with recreational activities, schools and local shops also within walking distance.

The pub is an open plan drinking and dining area with a central servery servicing all trade areas. Traditional exposed beams and an open roaring fire creates a cosy and warm ambience. Their is a separate more formal dining area on the mezzanine level which is currently used for breakfasts and servicing the guests of the letting rooms, which has approximately thirty covers. There is a well equipped catering kitchen along with six letting rooms located in the stable block. Externally there is a courtyard for drinking and a car park at the rear of the premises housing approximately twenty cars.

The Ye Olde Crown Edenbridge currently trades as a 70 / 30 drinks focused pub with a real community spirit. Letting rooms are a real draw to this pub with the additional benefit of traditional pub food and breakfast being served for both guests and customers alike. There are also sports teams which inhabit the pub, playing pool enhancing another revenue stream mid-week. There is opportunity to enhance the food offer and range of drinks served to a more premium.

The private accommodation at the Ye Olde Crown Edenbridge is located on the first floor and consists of three bedrooms, lounge, bathroom, kitchen and office – all rooms are presented in good order


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