Once reputedly the home of King Richard III, Dockray Hall is the quintessential historic English public house, comprising two bars, with separate snug and dining areas (total approx 80 covers) – all very traditional in style with large open fireplaces, beamed ceilings, wall original panelling to walls etc.
Penrith serves as the hub of the Eden Valley, bordering the Lake district National Park (6 miles NE of Ullswater), the focal point for a large local population as well as a destination for the visitor/tourist clientele drawn by the numerous attractions (incl. Hadrian’s Wall), the magnificent scenery, fells, etc.
Loose furnishings and equipment are included in the sale (inventory to be prepared). Beer raising/dispense equipment together with any items being the subject of third part agreements are excluded.
The building is Grade I listed (gate posts to forecourt Gd II listed in addition) and within the Conservation Area. Interested parties should make their own enquiries to Eden District (Westmorland & Furness) Council Planning Office (0300 373 3300).
£400,000 Freehold with vacant possession. Vat applicable.