Eight Kings

40 Southwell Rd, Portland DT5 2DP

The Eight Kings is situated on the Isle of Portland on the South Coast, famous for its Portland Stone that was used to build St Paul’s Cathedral. The Eight Kings is on the South of the Isle adjacent to the famous Portland Bill lighthouse, that attracts many visitors throughout the year. The Isle of Portland forms the southernmost tip of the dramatic and outstanding Jurassic Coast that is designated a World Heritage Site. There are a significant amount of holiday homes in the area which the pub benefits from greatly in holiday season, along with the continued support from the locals throughout the year.

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About the Pub – Eight Kings Portland

On entering the pub from the main street, you have two options, turn right into the snug bar which is home to a traditional roaring fire which is extremely popular in the colder months. This area has seating for approximately twenty people along with its own bar which is well stocked with a vast selection of beers, gins etc. and is connected to the main bar situated in the restaurant area. The restaurant area is presented beautifully with a modern touch and a slight nautical theme, in keeping with the area. This area of the pub has approximately forty covers, benefiting from loose fixtures and fittings which can be moved to accommodate large parties. There is a fully functioning electric catering kitchen along with an area for an ever popular carvery station. Externally there is a well utilised, delightful courtyard with a number of picnic benches accommodating both drinkers and diners. There is also a quaint car park to the rear, which would hold around six vehicles.

ACCOMMODATION Private Accommodation The private accommodation consists of three bedrooms a sitting room and bathroom along with the private use of an enclosed roof terrace. This accommodation and pub is in very good order and is well maintained and decorated throughout.

MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967

The Love Your Pub Group gives notice that the contents of these particulars are believed to be correct but are given without responsibility and intending purchasers or lessees should satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise to their correctness. These particulars do not form any part of any offer or contract and no person in the employment of the company has any authority to make or give representation of warranty to this property.

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