NEW LANDLORDS are wanted at a historic Herefordshire town centre pub.

The Horseshoe Inn, in Ledbury's Homend is on the market after its owners decided it was time to retire.

Described by agents Sprosen Ltd as a lovely "olde worlde" pub, the Horseshoe Inn comes complete with a wealth of character features, including stripped wooden floor, beamed ceiling, half panelled walls and two street-fronting multi-paned bay windows.

The main bar also has a feature fireplace and can seat around 36 customers.

The wood panelled bar servery has a touch screen till, back bar refrigerators and is well furnished, the agents said.

The pub also has a wood-fired pizza oven, and a well-fitted commercial kitchen.

Outside is a decked customer seating area seating around 20, while a cobbled passageway leads to a garden surrounded by foliage and with seating for around 50.

The pub also includes four-bed owners accommodation.

The agents said the pub has been owned and operated by the retiring lady owner for the past ten years, with average weekly sales (pre Covid) reported to be around £7,000.

"It is anticipated that this is a business that is capable of achieving an annual turnover of circa £300,000 net of VAT," Sprosen Ltd said.

This pub is available on the basis of a brand new tenancy with the Stonegate Group, with a tie to Stonegate for wet sales products and an annual rent guide of circa £30,000.