This beautiful building dating back to 1896, steeped in history and originally the village pub. The building has been run over the past 12 years as a successful tea room, function room and craft centre. The property offers versatile use, ideal for business owners wanting commercial and residential use. The property upstairs offers a large open-plan living/dining room, separate fitted kitchen, family sized bathroom and four double bedrooms. Downstairs the accommodation comprises a large function room, dining room, work room, separate men and women toilets, two utility rooms, a commercial kitchen, office and WC. Externally there is parking for numerous cars, courtyard garden and a wrap-around lawn area with outbuildings. This really is quite something and could be offered with no onward chain, and could quite easily be restored to residential use only if required, subject to the necessary consents.

The village of Ash is nearby and is situated to the east of the Cathedral city of Canterbury, and is within 3 miles of the Cinque Port of Sandwich. There are two local pubs, a post office, primary school and several shops all on hand, and within a matter of minutes you can be taking a stroll through the beautiful Kent countryside.

The property is situated with easy access to the city centre and all its amenities. These include an excellent modern shopping centre, the University of Kent, Canterbury Christ Church University and other colleges, together with an excellent choice of schools in both the public and private sectors. There are also a number of sporting and recreational opportunities nearby. Canterbury has two mainline railway stations, with Canterbury West offering the high-speed service to London (St Pancras 56 mins).

Room Sizes
Reception Room 5.84m x 4.85m (19'2 x 15'11)
Bar and Counter Area 5.84m x 4.06m (19'2 x 13'4)
Reception Room 4.06m x 3.73m (13'4 x 12'3)
Utility Room 3.76m x 1.75m (12'4 x 5'9)
Office 3.18m x 2.24m (10'5 x 7'4)
Kitchen 5.66m x 5.31m (18'7 x 17'5)
Function Room 5.66m x 4.72m (18'7 x 15'6)
Washroom 1.88m x 1.65m (6'2 x 5'5)
WC 2.13m x 1.55m (7'0 x 5'1)
WC 2.13m x 1.45m (7'0 x 4'9)
WC 3.00m x 1.12m (9'10 x 3'8)
Lounge/Diner 7.57m x 6.10m (24'10 x 20'0)
Kitchen 3.23m x 2.57m (10'7 x 8'5)
Bedroom 4.55m x 3.73m (14'11 x 12'3)
Bedroom 3.23m x 2.87m (10'7 x 9'5)
Bedroom 3.23m x 2.97m (10'7 x 9'9)
Bedroom 3.53m x 3.18m (11'7 x 10'5)
Bath and Shower Room 3.02m x 2.57m (9'11 x 8'5)

Canterbury Area Guide

Canterbury – A city with a tale Canterbury is a city with a history dating back to 597; it was one of the most important centres of pilgrimage in Medieval England. Today, tourists replace pilgrims who flock to the City to take in its fascinating story while enjoying a café culture, restaurants and a good mix of independent and chain shops. There is plenty t