The property comprises a Grade II Listed two storey public house which was originally constructed in the mid-19th Century. The elevations are of brick construction, set beneath a pitched slate covered roof, with the property originally forming part of a terrace fronting the A road. To the rear of the property there is a beer patio and to the side is an enclosed service yard.
Traditional ground floor trading accommodation providing a public bar with bar servery, tap room, bar parlour, vault and games room. Customer toilets and a domestic style catering kitchen. The original multi-room layout and features has earned the property a place on the CAMRA (The Campaign of Real Ale) National Inventory of Historic Pub Interiors.
The first floor provides former letting accommodation, with four en-suite bedrooms and two bedrooms with a shared bathroom.
To the basement is a beer cellar and stores.