Nottingham pub with three Anglo-Saxon caves changes hands

15 December 2005
Nottingham pub with three Anglo-Saxon caves changes hands

Two brothers have bought a Nottingham pub that comes complete with three Anglo-Saxon caves.

The Grade II-listed Loggerheads Inn is in Cliff Road, at the edge of the city's Lace Market and at the bottom of the cliff below the old Nottingham Gaol.

The three-storey property is a first-time pub purchase for Peter and John Leary, who paid a sum close to the £45,000 asked for the remaining six years of the lease.

It incorporates public and lounge bars and a pool room and skittle alley, with a small car park and patio area outside.

The first-floor owners' accommodation offers a bedroom, a lounge, a kitchen-diner and a bathroom.

The Nottingham office of Christie + Co sold the inn on behalf of Mick and Vivian Walton, who are retiring after running the business for seven years.

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