The quirky Sheppey Inn pub stands in an elevated position near Lower Godney on the Somerset Levels (no history of flooding) overlooking the River Sheppey. It dates back to the early 17th century when it was a cider house. The pub has a reputation for craft beer, local ciders and live music (folk and jazz). The ground floor trading areas accommodate about 150 people in total. They include the main L shaped bar with an open fire place, a sectioned off area for local club meetings, a dining space directly with double glazed doors opening up to the riverside terrace, and a vaulted barn with its own snug. There is a commercial kitchen with stores and utility areas, and a cellar. There are three en suite letting bedrooms. There is a riverside garden for 150 guests, and a decked riverside terrace on two levels for 100 guests. There is space to create owner’s accommodation with its own access. Finally there is a car park.
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