The main building has a quaint, historic Pub, below ground. It was originally put together by Laurence Rockefeller, Judge Billings, and Thomas Debevoise as their private billiards club and wine cellar. Once upon a time, it became a public tavern. It is now a fully-restored into a private events and cultural center. It has a brand new dance floor with sound equipment, lights and mics. Space and seating for 50 people.
Long term rental available (see Commercial Kitchen): Amazing opportunity for a flourishing food-service business in South Royalton, Vermont. This unique must-see facility includes a large, complete COMMERCIAL KITCHEN plus a restored original “Pub” – both for rent, located in the historic South Royalton House. Possibilities include: a 49-seat eatery, a farm-to-table market/business, a bakery, a catering biz, an art-collective, a live-music venue, and/or a take-out service for students & locals. Outdoor seating could accommodate 24+ people.
Short term/Weekend rentals start at $250/session.
Weeknights are $175/session.
Teacher/student/tenant discounts applicable.
Dishes and glassware rental is extra.
Rules of the tavern:
Carry out what you carry in.
Replace paper goods used.
Leave all as clean as you found it.
Don’t be surprised if you hear soulful, lively sounds of jazz, blues & dance tunes permeating through the walls of this tiny, inviting, sophisticated gathering place.