The country inn sits alongside the A686 in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty near the Tyne Valley centres of Hexham and Corbridge.
The inn was added to a working farm in 1775 to serve the carters hauling lead from the Alston mines to Langley when their carts became bogged down in marshy ground.
The bar features a traditional open stone fireplace, ceiling beams, and bay windows
The dining room, located in a former cow byre, has two connecting areas that can seat around 50 diners, along with a games room.
The property also boasts a car park, two gardens (including a beer garden with quoits pitches) and a two-bedroom owners' accommodation on the first floor.
The Leeds office of Colliers Robert Barry sold the freehold for a little less than the £525,000 sought by the retiring owners Richard and Anne Bainbridge.