The Dickleburgh Crown is a grade II listed two-storey detached property located in the village of Dickleburgh. It is a delightful property steeped in history and rich in atmosphere, with exposed beams and two log burning stoves, with the front of the pub catering to drinkers and diners and the rear with a pool table and gaming machines. Presently, the pub can accommodate around 25 covers for dining in the restaurant area, but with additional space in the bar. A compact but well-equipped trade kitchen is located immediately behind the bar and is perfect for developing a food offering. The property also has four characterful, well-decorated letting rooms after an extensive barn conversion, all with en-suite facilities and one with disabled access. The Dickleburgh is rich with facilities and also boasts an outbuilding to the rear of the pub that has recently been converted into a useable space for small functions, parties and meetings. The private accommodation consists of three bedrooms and a lounge, all in good decorative order.