Village centre pub/restaurant with letting rooms
Situated in the rural village of Beaford in Devon and benefitting from being the only pub in the village, the Globe Inn has been sold by licensed property specialists Stonesmith of Exeter.
A Grade II listed character village freehold it trades as a traditional country inn serving a range of cask and keg ales and home cooked food, with a trade split of 50%/50% food to wet sales. Being the only pub in the village it has a local following as well as attracting business from the surrounding area.
Beaford lies in one of the prettiest areas of the county surrounded by rolling Devonshire countryside and is within a 30 min drive of both the North Devon and North Cornwall coast. The village has a good range of amenities including a primary school, village hall, petrol station with a small shop and the renowned Beaford Art Centre.
The property is understood to date back 300 years though it has been the subject of complete internal and external refurbishment in recent years. The bar areas have been enhanced though they have kept their traditional character.
The accommodation briefly provides a main bar and dining area with approx 30 covers, pool area, catering kitchen, 5 bedrooms (4 en-suite and used previously for letting), lounge and separate bathroom.
Outside to the rear of the property there is an enclosed car park with 12 plus spaces and adjacent is a small trade garden with 4/5 picnic benches. There is also a store room and derelict barn.
A popular village freehouse, The Globe was sold for an undisclosed figure by licensed property specialists Stonesmith