The bird in hand has undergone significant refurbishment and improvement over the last 3 years providing a classic and traditional character country village freehouse presented to a high standard throughout.
The pub attracts a good tourist trade not just in the summer months but throughout the year due to its close proximity to the renowned local nature reserves.
The pub is well regarded by its customers for its good selection of well-kept ales and freshly prepared pub food.
It is well supported by the local community and village with occasional live music nights and monthly cinema nights.
Accounting information can be provided by the agents following a formal viewing.
Due to personal choice, the current opening hours are restricted by our clients.
Opening times are 6 days a week tuesday-saturday 6pm-11pm and sunday 12 noon-4pm.
Our clients advise demand exists for lunchtime opening, particularly during peak summer months.
An early viewing is advised to appreciate this charming village inn.
Inventory to include all trade furnishing and equipment as per an inventory to be supplied but excluding owners personal effects.
Services we have been informed the premises are connected to all mains services.
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Property facts for Bird In Hand, Glastonbury
The Bird in Hand is situated in Westhay, a village approximately 5 miles to the west of Glastonbury. The nearby village of Meare provides a primary school which has been recognised in the top ten in the UK. The popular village of Webmore is just 3 miles away and Street, well know for the Clarkes Shopping Village offers a further choice of amenities and is 6 miles away. The M5 motorway is 12 miles away and Bristol International airport is within 20 miles. The immediate area is well known for its variety and diversity of sporting and leisure facilities and it an area popular with visitors and tourists throughout the year. The Bird in Hand is a well presented characterful freehouse which has undergone significant refurbishment over the last 3 years and has origins reputably dating back to around 150 years. The pub is used as the focal point of the village community as well as surrounding villages and hamlets which do not have their own pub.
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