There is evidence that the Old Kings Arms has existed, initially as a Coaching Inn, since early Tudor times and the main building most certainly exudes a gentle and atmospheric medieval character. Nevertheless, the hotel boasts up to-date modern facilities, to include comfortable resident owner or Manager's accommodation.
Whilst the main building is of rendered solid brick and stone construction under a slate roof, the extensions to the rear are of traditional cavity wall construction.
The public accommodation incorporates a Reception, flexible Bar/Restaurant areas, First Floor Function/Conference Room. 17 Letting Bedrooms (9 double and 8 single) all with ensuite facilities,
parking area for 20 vehicles.
Commercial Kitchen with Preparation room, Laundry etc.
Front Entrance Porch with double doors opening to the Inner Porch.
with fully fitted Bar area ..................
with covers for 20 and exuding much of the character and charm one would expect in a property of this age and design, with recessed fireplace, natural stone walls and beamed ceilings.
Part slate flag floor, recessed inglenook fireplace, beamed ceiling.
Fully fitted and providing 5 star grading for hygiene.
providing access from the Car Park - fully fitted with curved twin level Reception desk.
having bay window overlooking the town centre. Decorative recessed fireplace and access to Ladies & Gents wc. facilities.
having recessed fireplace and adjacent Store room, together with Wash room.
The bedroom accommodation is on two levels and offers 17 LETTING ROOMS, all with ensuite facilities.
Further commercial accommodation includes a boiler room and housekeeping room.
From the main first floor landing the staircase rises to the second floor and the private living, or Manager's accommodation.
with exposed A frame roof trusses and balcony overlooking the rear.
with ensuite facilities.
with ensuite facilities.
with internal staircase leading down to the private and recently re-fitted Kitchen.
Within the grounds is a large garden courtyard area which leads through an internal archway to the hotel car park, serving approx 20 vehicles.
All main services connected. The hotel is heated on a triple boiler system. None of the services has been tested by the Agents.
Pembrokeshire County Council.
We understand from the Valuation Office website that the rateable value is £49,500 (52.6p rates payable in the £), Purchasers should verify this information with the Local Authority.
Full premises Licence.
Accounts for the year ended 30 September 2021 show net sales of £489,251 and to the 30th September 2022 £661,988.
During the preceding years the proprietors have ploughed a significant sum into refurbishing the bedroom accommodation which suggests that no major expenditure of suchlike will be required for some time.
Further details will be released to seriously interested parties usually at the point of viewing.
All appointments to view must be made through the Vendors' Agents - R K Lucas & Son, 9 Victoria Place, Haverfordwest, SA61 2JX. Tel: 01437 762538.