The Inn comprises a series of buildings some of which date back over 400 years with The Stables being the oldest part. As such, there are many period features throughout.
The front section comprises a two storey building containing the bar and restaurant areas with owners/office accommodation above.
There are various extensions and additions providing the letting bedrooms, with the development forming a courtyard style setting, with attractive garden areas.
To the South of the Inn is a large car park from which the bedroom and public accommodation is accessed. There is a chalet on site which provides staff accommodation and a double garage currently utilised for storage. There is also an enclosed beer garden adjacent to the main entrance.
The main Inn is entered by means of a rear vestibule, and this leads directly into the reception hallway. The front portion comprises the lounge bar with feature stone walls and attractive timber beams, and there is also a fireplace with a wood burning stove. The restaurant is similarly appointed and caters for 34 covers, also with similar features. To the rear of this lies the kitchen which is spacious and fitted to a modern standard.
At first floor level, former owners flat which is now utilised for administrative office and general storage purposes. This is configured as a lounge, two bedrooms and a bathroom and with a degree of refurbishment could provide spacious owners accommodation.
The stables venue lies to the rear of the main building, and is utilised regularly for functions to include smaller weddings, celebrations, party nights and similar, accommodating up to 60 seated. It has been utilised it the past as an intimate music venue at which time it had a renowned name attracting many musicians.
It has feature stone walls, a brick floor, wood burning stove and there are attractive beams on display. The Stables can be accessed separately from the outside/car park.
The letting accommodation comprises 21 en suite bedrooms which are finished to a quality standard throughout, with all rooms having zip and link beds, and therefore are able to be presented as doubles or twins. The accommodation comprises
Coachmans - the extension to the immediate South of the Inn, also fronting the main road, has four rooms at ground floor level, with the front two rooms having accessible facilities and access way to the car park.
The Hayloft - above the Coachmans, at first floor level, there are two bedrooms.
Smithys - the cottage style bedrooms lie towards the Northmost boundary of the site and comprise seven bedrooms.
Old Forge Lodges & Suites - within the more modern extension which lies to the immediate rear of the Inn (the Eastmost boundary) there are a further six bedrooms at ground floor level, four of which have patio doors leading out to an area of exclusive timber decking with attractive views over the countryside.
The first floor accommodation provides two suites with living room, bathroom and large bedroom, and in each case both the living area and the bedroom have access to a private balcony.