Grove House

Chesterton ST5 7JB

DESCRIPTION

The Grove House is a large double fronted detached pub situated on the busy London Road in Chesterton. The pub is surrounded by residential housing and well supported by the local community, the pub has local amenities near by and all are within walking distance of the pub. Chesterton is a small, former mining village, located in the Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire.

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Pub Layout

The pub has a light and airy feel, it is neutrally decorated with some exposed brick work. On entering you are greeted with a traditional and welcoming furnished pub, there is both fixed and loose seating around the pub all in reasonable order. There is a prominent central bar which services three separate trading areas. One of the areas being a separate sports room to the left hand side which is home to the pool table. The pub also benefits from a small trade kitchen which is located to the rear of the premises this could be utilised to offer a simple pub food fayre. Outside, to the rear of the property there is an enclosed paved garden which has around ten benches with some modernisation this could be a real gem for all year round enjoyment. There is a car park for on average ten cars to the side, there is also a free parking facility at the rear of the premises for over follow

ACCOMMODATION

Private Accommodation

The private accommodation consists of four bedrooms, sitting room and kitchen all in good

TRADING STYLE

The pub currently trades as a wet led community local. It has a bustling trade from local residence who support the pub all year round. There is a strong teams element which provide a good boost to mid week trade, with both darts and pool teams playing home matches at the pub. At the weekend live entertainment has been popular, introducing quiz nights and further team activities would be of benefit. The small kitchen lends itself to a simple but affective bar menu which would be most welcome by the locals. The bar has a good product range including cask ales and gins.

 

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