The Tradesmans Arms, Scorriton, Nr Buckfastleigh, Devon SOLD

High quality Dartmoor village inn with 4 en-suite letting rooms and 2 bed owners accommodation, immaculate throughout.

Situated within the eastern edge of Dartmoor National Park and close to Buckfastleigh, famous for its Abbey and resident Benedictine Monks, The Tradesmans Arms at Scorriton is a quality village inn which is the hub of village life. The business is now for sale through licensed property specialists Stonesmith of Exeter.

The property is presented to an extremely high standard and has been completely upgraded by the current owners, with almost no stone left unturned. Trading as a traditional village inn, The Tradesmans Arms is featured in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide and has recently been awarded a Certificate of Excellence from Tripadvisor, an award only achieved by the top 10% of hotels and restaurants Worldwide. In addition the business has consistently grown during the current ownership.

The pub is easily accessible from the main Plymouth to Exeter, Devon Express way, which just 3 miles away and the nearby towns of Totnes and Newton Abbot have train links to London, Bristol and beyond.

A high quality Dartmoor village inn, the property dates back 200 years but the refurbishment has bought the property up to modern standards though some original features have been retained. The accommodation now provides a main bar, snug dining area and conservatory dining area providing 58 plus covers in all, with additional standing room. The catering kitchen is new and has the latest up to date equipment. There are 4 en-suite letting rooms sleeping a maximum of 13 and a separate 2 bedroom owner’s apartment.

Outside is an enclosed gravel beer garden with far reaching views over the Devon countryside and bench seating for approx 52, a further gravel courtyard and private owner’s garden. The property also comes with a customer car park for approx 15 vehicles.

A freehold business, with the trade turnover split 42% food 42% wet 16% accommodation, Stonesmith sold the business off an asking price of £425,000. Details can be downloaded from the website or by calling 01392 201262.