Greyhound

Worsbrough, Barnsley S70 4SQ

DESCRIPTION

The Greyhound Inn is a traditional, stone terraced, community local, situated in the village of Worsbrough Dale, just two miles outside of Barnsley town centre. Worsbrough Dale is traditionally a mining town which is filled with miners cottages and landmarks such as Houndhill, Wigfield Farm, Worsbrough Mill and Worsbrough Reservoir, which are in Worsbrough Country Park. The pub is surrounded by an abundance of chimney pots along with local businesses all within walking distance.

The stated ingoing figures are correct at point of advertising. Please be aware there may be additional costs.

Pub Layout

On Entering the Greyhound you are welcomed in to the main bar area, housing a horseshoe bar in the heart of the pub which services all areas. The bar area has a mixture of fixed and loose seating along with poser tables and space for vertical drinking. To the right of the bar is an additional seating area, used as an overflow from the main bar. To the left of the pub you will find the relaxed lounge area, with eclectic fixtures and fittings, enabling it to accommodate larger groups if necessary, with it’s own serving hatch to the main bar. To the rear of the pub you will find an unexpectedly generous beer garden, enabling the pub to near enough double its covers on warmer days. The garden is home to an outhouse, which has the potential to convert in to an external bar area for the summer months and events. Although there is no car park at the pub, there is an abundance of on street parking in the general vicinity.

ACCOMMODATION

Private Accommodation

The private accommodation is located on the first floor of the pub and comprises: two double bedrooms, kitchen, lounge and bathroom. This is all in reasonable order, and ready to move straight in to

TRADING STYLE

The Greyhound is a traditional, wet led pub which is supported enormously by the community and regular customers. There is an opportunity here, to take this already popular pub to the next level, by introducing a higher range drinks offer with cask and premium spirits in order to expand the clientele throughout the year. There is also an opportunity to develop the been garden and utilise the size by arranging community events and festivals in the warmer months. Currently the pub offers entertainment in an unscheduled manner which is always received well by the locals, turning this in to a frequent feature may benefit the trade on quieter nights.

 

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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