First-timers buy Galphay Inn

27 April 2005 by
First-timers buy Galphay Inn

The Galphay Inn, situated in the picturesque <?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" /?>

village of Galphay in North Yorkshire, has been sold for a sum close to the asking price of £379,000. The stone-built semi-detached property features a 30-cover restaurant and 16-cover lounge bar. Owner accommodation includes a lounge, bathroom and three double bedrooms. Previous owners, Robert and Samantha MacArthur, have moved on to other business interests. New proprietors, Paul and Paula Crompton are entering the pub trade for the first time, but claim to have big plans for the business. Agent was Christie and Co.
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