Cotswold pub with rooms on sale for £1.25m
The Highway Inn in Burford, Oxfordshire, a 10-bedroom, Grade II-listed pub with rooms, is on the market for £1.25m.
Current owners Jane, Dan and Michelle Arnell acquired the 15th century property in 2013, and are selling in order to spend more time with their family.
Located on the main thoroughfare through Burford, and near to the River Windrush, the pub includes a three-bedroom owners' flat. It generated £151,000 adjusted profit on £569,000 net sales for the year ending September 2016.
Hotels director at real estate company Colliers International Peter Brunt said: "With brisk trading all year round, Burford is a failsafe location. The Highway Inn offers new owners the opportunity to live in one of the most beautiful parts of the UK and to take forward a flourishing business with an unusually high footfall.
"In addition to fine accommodation, the bar and restaurant area overlooks the high street and can seat between 30 and 40 people. There is also a private dining room which can seat a further 25. The courtyard and high street picnic tables and accommodate a further 40 people in good weather."
He added: "The current owners have added a function bar and there is potential to develop the business further. They have brought the Highway to its present peak, but are finding it difficult to devote their full attention to the business while looking after their toddler."
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