The General Williams is a traditional, single bar, wet led community pub located approximately one mile south from the centre of Burnley. The pub is ideally situated on the Manchester Road in an area of high housing density perfect for attracting passing trade. The pub currently serves the local community with a focus on value drinks, live entertainment and televised sports. Internally, the pub is segmented into three main trading areas, with a well-considered mix of loose and fixed seating to provide versatility. The pub benefits from an enclosed walled beer garden with a mix of loose gravel and flagged surfacing. There is a small pergola to provide shelter from inclement weather and a number of loose picnic benches for customers to use when the sun shines. The beer garden is known as something of a suntrap, benefiting from direct sunlight for the majority of the day, and the surrounding walls provide excellent shelter from the wind. The private accommodation consists of three-bedrooms, a living room, kitchen and a bathroom, all in immaculate condition.