18th-century coaching inn situated in the market town of Faringdon
The property is mid-terraced, Grade II Listed building arranged over four storeys with rendered brick construction over a pitched clay tiled roof and single glazed sash fenestration. The building is arranged around a courtyard with cobbled tiles. To the rear of the property, there is a car park for 14 spaces as well as a row of detached outbuildings which are currently vacant and have planning granted for conversion to additional letting accommodation. Internally, the property comprises a separate pub with bar servery on lower ground level. The main hotel kitchen facilities are adjacent to this area. At upper ground floor level, is the main hotel entrance and located close to here at first floor level is a large dining room for patrons. Letting rooms are then arranged over upper ground, first and second floor levels.
All viewings must be arranged strictly by appointment with the sole agents Savills.
The property is located in Faringdon, an historic market town in Oxfordshire, which is perched on the ridge of two river valleys of the Ock and the Thames. Faringdon is located 0.9 miles from the A420 road on the edge of the Cotswolds and 18 miles (29 km) south-west of Oxford, 10 miles (16 km) north-west of Wantage and 12 miles (19 km) east north-east of Swindon. The property is located close to Faringdon Folly Tower in the centre of Faringdon.
Our informal planning enquiries confirm that the premises is permitted as a hotel (Use Class C1). The property is Grade II Listed and is situated in Faringdon Conservation Area.