Bedfordshire brothers buy North Cornish inn

01 February 2007 by
Bedfordshire brothers buy North Cornish inn

Brothers Mike and Gary Payton, both experienced licensees from Bedfordshire, are the new owners of the Bell Inn at Trewoon on the north coast of Cornwall.

The freehouse occupies a large detached property that dates back to the 1920s and was known as the White Pyramid.

It sits on a busy A road on the outskirts of St Austell just five miles from the Eden Project and a 20-minute drive from Newquay.

Facilities include a 45-seat character bar, a 90-seat restaurant with a 15-capacity dance floor, and four en-suite, pine-furnished bedrooms (two family rooms and two doubles).

For the owners, there is six-bedroom accommodation with a lounge, kitchen/diner, and two bathrooms.

Outside, the Bell provides a patio with eight picnic tables, a children's adventure playground and a 50-bay car park.

Bettesworths sold the freehold off a guide price of £595,000.

By Angela Frewin

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