The White Horse

Main Rd, Gilberdyke, Brough HU15 2UP

The White Horse is a large detached property situated in the East Yorkshire village of Gilberdyke. It is situated on the B1230 which runs parallel and south of the M62 between Newport and Howden. This is a destination food outlet and the site occupies a predominant main road location just on the outskirts of the village. It is a large pub with good sized grounds, which include beer gardens and car park. Gilberdyke is an attractive village with a population of about 3,500 and there are plenty of local amenities located in nearby towns of Howden and Goole.

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About the Pub – The White Horse Brough

The trading area consists of a large dining room which is easily accessed from the large well equipped kitchen. The dining room has a mixture of fixed and loose seating and caters up to 60+ covers with its own bar servery and can double up as function room. In addition to the dining room there is also a bar with a wood burning stove which is a popular cosy bar for both drinkers and diners. The newly refurbished toilets lie in the centre of these two trading rooms and have been brought up to a high standard. The car park caters up to 40 vehicles and there are two beer gardens one with a large decking area.

TRADING STYLE The White Horse is a food led operation with a split of 60/40 in favour of food. The menu offer is traditional favourites such as burgers, fish and chips, pies etc, and the pub has a Popular Sunday Lunch trade. The beer gardens provide additional income streams in good weather. Current opening times Mon to Fri 5.00 till 11.00, Sat and Sun 12.00 till 11.00 however there is an opportunity to extend these to cater the right offer for day time trade.

ACCOMMODATION Private Accommodation The domestic accommodation is of good size and located on the first floor. It consists of three large bedrooms one of which is en-suite. A bathroom, lounge, kitchen and office is also situated on the first floor. The domestics are all in good order and decorated to a good standard throughout.

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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