The pub is situated in Verwood, a beautiful leafy town of Dorset which lies just 10 miles away from the popular seaside resort of Bournemouth. The Albion is positioned on the edge of town with popular camping and caravanning sites nearby, providing plenty of trading opportunities including tourists and locals. This is a very well-presented pub that has been well looked after by the current tenant. The décor is fresh and clean, providing some modern touches amongst charming rural features. Internally the front entrance leads you directly into the front bar and lounge area which is very popular with local customers and features a stone open fire place. There is also a cosy snug area which is ideal as a coffee lounge or for pre-dinner drinks. There is another feature fireplace within this room and upholstered fitted seating creates a cosy place to relax and unwind. Food is served throughout all areas of the pub; however, the main dining area is within the conservatory where there is room for up to 60 covers, and this space could also double as a function room. The commercial kitchen is of a good size and there is a separate wash up and storage area, all of which can adequately support suggested trade levels here. A patio leads off from the conservatory and has picnic bench seating for a dozen guests. From here the outdoor space extends to include the extensive garden areas that can easily accommodate up to 100 covers. A beautiful ivy-clad railway arch to the left of the patio area coming from the conservatory is an attractive feature and can create a lovely, covered seating area. In the past, jazz and acoustic artists have performed in this wonderful setting which can draw in plenty of trade in the summer months. A car park to the front of the property provides space for up to 14 vehicles.