The Crooked Billet is located within the centre of the East Yorkshire hamlet of Ryehill. Ryehill is situated in an area known as Holderness, approximately 7 miles (11 km) east of Hull city centre. The hamlet is accessed just to the south of the A033 road which links Hull to Withernsea. The hamlet itself consists of two main lanes that run through the hamlet are Marsh and Pitt Lane. Ryehill is surrounded by fields and grazing land, but is within walking distance of the villages of Thorngubald and Keyingham, both of which offer all the local amenities. The population within a 1 km radius is 545 persons in 217 households.
The Crooked Billet, is a storey detached property of brick elevations beneath pitched tiled and flat roofs. Although believed to date back to the 17th century, the property underwent a complete reconstruction in 1939. The internal accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall leading to the Bar area, with a central timber bar servery, stone flooring, beamed ceiling, upholstered bench seating, feature fireplace, darts throw and a rear dining area.
The Crooked Billet also benefits from a commercial kitchen, ground floor beer cellar and Ladies and Gents W.C.s.
To the exterior the pub has a car park, laid to tarmac, with spaces for up to 14 cars, a paved front yard and a private rear yard.
The domestic accommodation is located over the first floor, accessed via a separate entrance to the front, or through the commercial kitchen and comprises two bedrooms, one with ensuite shower room, lounge and bathroom.
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