A substantial inn located in the village of St Florence on the edge of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park has changed hands.
Danny Scriven and John Graham are the new-owners of the Parsonage Farm Inn, which is a past winner of the Wales in Bloom Best Pub Front Garden award and has appeared twice on TV's Wish You Were Here programme.
The Grade II-listed stone property dates back to the 17th century.
Until the 1930s, it served as the village's glebe farm (land granted to a clergyman as a source of income) and was farmed by the village rector.
Parsonage Farm Inn now has eight letting bedrooms, a main bar, a lounge, a rear bar and games room, a beer garden and a car park.
It occupies a large plot which also incorporates a three-bedroom owners' house, two chalet holiday cottages (with one and three bedrooms respectively) and two recently-built three-bedroom holiday houses.
The inn, which is known for its good food and real ale, has a strong local clientele (including its own darts, pool and football teams).
It enjoys full occupancy and pre-booked food sales in the May-to-September tourist season.
The Bristol Office of Christie + Co sold the freehold for the £800,000 asking price of on behalf of Paul Greenwood, who has emigrated to Spain.