Located in the cumbrian village of Burton-in-Kendal, the Kings Arms is a large beautiful stone building dating back to the 1700’s. There is potential for investment from Thwaites in the pub trading area and the pub letting rooms. There is a central bar which is surrounded by seating areas, in front of a log burning stove. A separate dining area, a pool room and a good sized full equipped catering kitchen. 6 letting bedrooms are located within the pub and a further 7 in the barn, one which has disabled access. Externally there is a beer garden located in the courtyard, along with a small private enclosed area to the side and a smoking shelter. At the rear of the property there is a large car park and allotments. Living accommodation consists of 2 double bedrooms, 1 single, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and office. Various storage areas are located in the main building and the barn.
Trade at the Kings comes from the local towns and villages, along with passing traffic, local contractors/businesses and tourists. Capernwray Diving Centre is close by and visitors here use the pub regularly between March – November. Food is locally sourced, made fresh to order.
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""A fantastic opportunity for a multi- income stream business in a beautiful location. This 13 bedroom coaching Inn sits in the village of Burton in Kendal on the borders between South Cumbria, North Yorkshire and Lancashire, an ideal location for visitors to explore the lakes & the Yorkshire dales. The pub has a quaint village pub décor and feel that locals and visitors enjoy. The offer in the past has been well presented, locally sourced food and a great selection of beverages." Carolyn Goodwin"
Predominance of consumers are aged between 25-84, have an average level of affluence and are seeking a venue that offers good quality food & drinks at an affordable price.