The Sun Inn is a highly attractive 15th Century Grade II listed building of timber framed, stone and slate construction with rendered front elevation. To the rear a Courtyard provides a tranquil and well presented beer patio immediately adjoining the Lounge and overlooked by the recently refurbished letting block and the Granary letting suite. £395,000 Freehold or alternatively Five year lease - Premium £35k pa, rent £30k pa. Option to buy freehold.
- Freehold Price:
- Not applicable
- Net Profit:
- Not applicable
Available as freehold and leasehold
- Living Accommodation:
The living accommodation is located at first floor to comprise two double bedrooms, office/single bedroom, lounge, bathroom. Also at first floor and above the Public bar is a discussed former flat which would convert ideally to additional letting rooms.
At ground floor there are two general stores including electric boiler and on the first floor, three letting bedrooms (2 doubles, 1 twin) all of which are very well refurbished with flat screen TVs, tea and coffee making facilities and en suite bathrooms.
The Sun lies in the centre of lovely village of Clun in the South Shropshire Hills in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in rolling countryside and close to Offa's Dyke and Clun Forest. Bishop's Castle is some 6 miles distant, Ludlow 13 miles and Knighton 7 miles. The town attracts many walkers due to its proximity to the Shropshire Way and Jack Mytton Way, and also visitors to the Norman Church, the Pack Horse bridge and the River Clun. In addition, the village is on the Lands End to John O'Groats route.
- Premises Details:
The Vendors are considering a sale after only a short time at the Sun due to family health issues. However, they have recently redecorated and refurbished the property and have established good support for wet sales from the village and very encouraging demand for accommodation. There is a also a very significant food opportunity for the business through a traditional pub food menu at lunchtimes and during the evenings. In general the business is primed to take advantage of local trade and the popularity of the village for tourists, day trippers and walkers across all aspects of the business.