The Michelin-listed Fox and Hounds inn, which is located in the North Cotswolds village of Great Wolford, has been sold.
The Grade II-listed Warwickshire pub has been bought by Gill Tarbox, who plans to run the business with her son, a former head chef at the Talbot hotel in Knightwick, Worcestershire.
The business, which has a four-diamond VisitBritain rating, provides three letting bedrooms and two restaurant/bar areas on either side of an open fireplace that can seat 45 diners between them.
There is also a paved patio outside to seat another 24 customers and owners' accommodation made up of two en-suite double bedrooms, one single bedroom, a lounge, kitchen and office.
The Cirencester office of Colliers Robert Barry sold the inn off an asking price of £675,000 on behalf of Paul and Veronica Tomlinson, who are emigrating to Spain.
By Angela Frewin