WALDEGRAVE ARMS

Church Ln, East Harptree, Bristol BS40 6BD

The Waldegrave Arms, is a historic building in the heart of the Chew Valley which is an affluent area as well as being in a highly desirable location. It sits in the heart of the village of East Harptree which has a village shop, a primary school which is rated outstanding by Ofsted and a village church. The Waldegrave is some 10 miles from Bristol and some thirteen miles from Bath which is a World Heritage Site.

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DESCRIPTION – The Waldegrave Arms Bristol

The Waldegrave Arms is a historic building in the heart of the Chew Valley which is an affluent area as well as being in a highly desirable location. It sits in the heart of the village of East Harptree which has a village shop, a primary school which is rated outstanding by Ofsted and a village church. The Waldegrave is some 10 miles from Bristol and some thirteen miles from Bath which is a World Heritage Site.

Pub Layout

The pub has two entrances, the first for people who have arrived at The Waldegrave on foot at the front of the building and the second for people who have come by car. On arriving by car you enter the rear of the pub that is somewhat sunken and this houses the external dining area, to the left of which is the large garden with children’s play equipment. Once through this you enter the site into the bar area which has a log burner as well as a number of high level tables and chairs. From the bar you enter the dining area through an open doorway. This is a large room with an open fire at each end, the fixtures and fittings are of high quality as you would expect of a recently refurbished pub. In the centre of the room by the opening to the bar is a waiting station which has a coffee machine. To the left, is a corridor which takes you towards the kitchen and the pedestrian access to the pub, in this corridor is also a snug room which can house private dining of up to 10. Past this you have the pedestrian access and then you move past the stairs to the residential accommodation and the commercial kitchen towards the toilet facilities and the cellar. The pub has a large car park which is used by the school at drop off and pick up as well as a large garden with a newly installed, high quality play area.

TRADING STYLE

The pub currently trades out of two connected areas, a small bar area that serves as a holding area for diners as well as a large restaurant area, there is also a large covered area adjacent and connected to the pub that caters for either smokers or diners when the weather permits. This magnificent pub has recently undergone a major refurbishment of some £250k+, and has only become available due to personal reasons. The Waldegrave has built a superb reputation as a destination food site and should be positioned in the local community as a traditional English pub with an outstanding food offer.

ACCOMMODATION

Private Accommodation

The private accommodation is also newly refurbished and consists of three large bedrooms, a sitting room with kitchen and bathroom facilities. In addition to this there is also a large function room that has in the past been utilised as accommodation for a chef as well as for a children’s playgroup, it has its own access and newly installed shower and toilet facilities.

MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967

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