Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Saturday 12 April 1930
To Brewers, Wine and Spirit Merchants And Others
The “Hill Top Hotel,” Conisborough, Near Doncaster.
To Be Offered For Sale By Auction by Messrs. SHEARMAN and JOHNSTON on Tuesday, the 29th day April, 1930, at 3 o’clock in the afternoon at the DANUM HOTEL, DONCASTER, the Conditions of Sale to be then and there produced, the important fully-licensed freehold property known the “Hill Top Hotel.” Conisborough.
The Property is situate on the Mam Road Rotherham and Doncaster.
The House contains on the ground floor a Kitchen and Scullery, and on the first floor four Bedrooms and a Sitting-room.
The Licensed Accommodation consists of the Bar Parlour, a Smoke-room, the Tap-room, and the Filling Bar.
In the Basement is the Beer Cellar and Wine Cellar. The outside accommodation consists of a two stall- Stable with Loft over and Lavatories. There is a large Yard and Garden, and whilst the frontage of the Hotel is the main Doncaster Road, there is also an entrance to the premises from the Conisborough road.
The total area of the property is 1,810 yards or thereabouts, giving ample scope for extensions or developments of any kind.
The Trade Fittings and Gas Fittings etc and the Wooden Outbuildings (except the large open shed) belong to the Licensee, and are not included in the sale. The Mines and Minerals underlying the property are reserved.
For further particulars apply to the Auctioneers 20, Moorgate Street, Rotherham, and Winchester House, Scot Lane, Doncaster; or to OXLEY and COWARD, Solicitors, 5. Priory Place, Doncaster and 6, Westgale, Rotherham