New Inn

Shrawley WR6 6TE

DESCRIPTION The New Inn is a traditional detached building which enjoys a prominent position in Shrawley. Shrawley is a village and civil parish in the Malvern Hills District, in the county of Worcestershire. The village is situated on the western bank of the River Severn and is located eight miles from Worcester and four miles from Stourport.

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

Pub Layout – The New Inn Shrawley

The outlet trades from two separate trading areas; a lounge, which has a lovely cosy ambiance thanks to the open fire and a dining area with approximately 35 covers. These areas are serviced by a central bar servery. The fixtures and fittings are in keeping with the ambiance of the pub, with a mixture of fixed and loose seating together with areas suitable for drinkers or people wishing to stand. There is a fully fitted catering kitchen just off the trade area. Externally, at the rear of the outlet there is a fully enclosed and very private beer garden which also has a small patio area which is ideal for families with children or for those who love to sit outside on summer evenings. There is also a large car park to the rear which can cater for up to 20 cars.

ACCOMMODATION

Private Accommodation The private accommodation consists of three bedrooms, lounge and domestic bathroom. There is no private kitchen.

TRADING STYLE

The New Inn is a real village local with cask ales, good pub food, regular trade and welcoming open fires. In the summer months the site benefits from walkers with 22 miles of footpaths around Shrawley. An experienced operator with a successful track record in combining a drinks & food offer is required for this excellent opportunity to run a village local. It is essential that locals as well as visitors to the area are catered for. The current offer at the New Inn consists of live music and karaoke and the new licensee should continue to do this as well as introducing quiz nights and mid-week events.

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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