Tyning Inn

Bath, BA3 3JL

The Tyning Inn is an attractive, historical stone built building and is known as a traditional drink focused community local pub in the Somerset town of Radstock, 9 miles (14 km) south west of Bath, and 8 miles (13 km) north west of Frome. It is within the unitary authority of Bath and North East Somerset. It is situated in the heart of a large residential area and is near to a number of good schools.

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The Tyning Inn is a one bar operation, you enter the pub through a covered porch area and are immediately greeted with the bar area which is well stocked with a variety of products to suit the local custom. It is divided into two sections with a bar and darts area and further to the right is an open fire and the entrance to the toilet facilities. At the other end of the pub is a Pool table and a further open fire, this is where the access to the residential area is situated. To the front of the property is a large beer garden with a number.

Trading Style
Tyning inn is a popular community pub , at the weekends comes alive with entertainment in the form of karaoke and live acts. The large beer garden at the front of the pub lends itself to be used for community events and activities in the summer months to draw custom from further a field. The introduction of televised sports would be well received as would week night events such as quizzes and sports teams. There is currently an under utilised back bar food opportunity which needs to be utilised.

Private Accommodation
The private accommodation at The Tyning Inn consists of three large bedrooms, however  is in need of decoration. There is a function room in some state of disrepair however there is Capital Expenditure planned at this site to address these shortcomings.


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