Roebuck Inn

Whittle-le-Woods, PR6 7LA

DESCRIPTION

The Roebuck Inn is situated in the village of Whittle-le-Woods in the Parish of Chorley, Lancashire. Whittle lies on the A6, just 3 miles north of Chorley and to the south of Preston. The pub has an ‘old school’ traditional pub charm and not only is it within walking distance for the local residents, it is set on a main road through the village, with parking for passing trade from the A6. The pub has an idyllic charm with its traditional stonework as well as having a great reputation locally for its great atmosphere, fundraising events, pool and darts teams and much more. The Roebuck is situated in the perfect place to be the central hub of the village, supported all year round by the community.

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Pub Layout

The Roebuck Inn Whittle-le-Woods has a warm and welcoming feel as you would expect from a well-kept building, with the traditional fire creating a cosy atmosphere specifically in the winter months. The décor is the traditional with a mixture of fixed and loose seating. As you enter the pub, the pool and darts area is on your right with the bar, snug and open fire to the left. If you continue to the left, beyond the bar and snug you will find the extension to the pub which has approximately 25 extra seats. Externally there is a car park to the rear which could hold up to 30 cars. To the front of the pub is a paved area with room to utilise this space for seating in the summer months. This area provides opportunity to cater for community events and future growth throughout the year

ACCOMMODATION

Private Accommodation at The Roebuck Inn Whittle-le-Woods

The private accommodation consists of three bedrooms, living room, kitchen and a bathroom.

TRADING STYLE

The Roebuck Inn Whittle-le-Woods is a traditional drinks only establishment. It has a loyal customer base, supported by the community and as a result trades well throughout the year. The bar is well stocked with a good range of drinks as well as cask ale. During the week, the locals make full use of the Roebuck, utilising the pool and darts area, playing dominoes, watching sports or simply enjoying a drink by the fire. Occasionally the regulars will meet up in groups, drink and get takeaways delivered to the pub whilst socialising with friends. At the weekend, community events and live entertainment pulls people in from the village and surrounding areas. The external areas allow space for outside events and community gatherings in the warmer months.

 

 

MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967

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