- No Commission
The Poppe InnFavourite
TA20 2NZ Chard
0.00 ft² (0.00 m²)
Customer entrance via lobby with ladies/gents and disabled WCs lead through to the public bar (4m x 3.9m) narrowing to 3.7m x 3.5m). Tiled flooring with wooden bar servery and a step up to an area able to accommodate a pool table.
Separate restaurant (6.7m x 5.2m) with space for 32 covers. Exposed ceiling beams and stripped wooden flooring. Exposed stone wall. Separate access to the front of the building and central fireplace separating the restaurant from the lounge bar.
Lounge bar (5.6m x 5.2m (including the bar) with return bar servery, exposed stone work and exposed beams. Part wooden and part tiled flooring. Space for 8 covers.
Skittle alley/function room (21.1m x 4.3m)
Kitchen (5.4m x 3.7m) with extraction (not tested). Step up to rear prep/wash room (4.8m x 4.8m) with further store room for freezers and a walk in chiller (not tested). Rear access to inner courtyard.
- Restaurant (32 covers)
- Customer car park
- Beer garden
- Two bedroom accommodation
- Lounge and public bar
- Skittle alley / function room
- Planning permission for five self- catering flats in separate block
- Between Axminster and Chard
Tatworth is a village 2 miles south of Chard and 5 miles North of Axminster on the A358 that joins the two towns. The Tatworth and Forton parish has approximately 2,660 people according to the 2011 census and forms part of South Somerset, close to both the Devon and Dorset borders. Tatworth lies 147 miles (237 km) south east of London and 38 miles (60 km) north east of Exeter.
The Poppe Inn occupies a prominent position on the A358 .