The Coach House is a stunning traditional village Inn, dating back to the 1600’s. Painted black and white on the outside of the pub, it entices with a warm welcome. The traditional interior of beamed ceilings and stone fireplaces makes this the perfect pub to have a cosy pint or glass of wine in front of a roaring fire. Upon entering from the main street over a cobbled frontage through the central front door the pub opens into a relaxed drinking and dining area. To the rear of the pub is a large open plan area used for local drinkers who enjoy sports viewing and entertainment. There is also a pool table found in this area. Upstairs there are six en suite letting bedrooms, all of excellent quality, a mix of doubles and family sized rooms. The Coach House is ideally situated for visitors who wish to see the Lake District, explore the Yorkshire Dales as well as discovering the Forest of Bowland. Robinsons are looking for a new licensee to push forward the wet, dry and accommodation offering that is found at the Coach House. This is a perfect opportunity for a licensee to enjoy country living as well as running a thriving village pub.
A Little more about us
Bentham is a small market town, pleasantly cradled between the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District , with the Trough of Bowland and the Three Peaks on its doorstep. It is about 12 miles from the M6 motorway (JCT34) near Lancaster and about 4 miles from the A65. Bentham is a traditional Yorkshire market town. It is an ideal centre for exploration of lovely scenery and a starting point for many fine walks, cycle rides, pony treks and excursions by car. Just to the north lies the Yorkshire Dales National Park with the three peaks of Ingleborough, Whernside and Penyghent visible from many places in and around the town. The Forest of Bowland, designated an area of outstanding natural beauty, stretches away to the south while in a north-westerly direction, less than hour’s drive away, is Lake Windermere and all the natural beauty of the Lake District.
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Similarly Historic performance, whilst a significant factor to consider, is not a guarantee of future performance of a pub and you should bear this in mind in your assessment of trading potential.