PRICE REDUCTION: Hunters Inn, Newton Tracey, North Devon

PRICE REDUCTION: Hunters Inn, Newton Tracey, North Devon - 3rd April 2018


Stonesmith have just announced a price reduction on this traditional country dining pub. A detached property, The Hunters Inn is reputed to date back to the 16th Century. The upkeep and refurbishments have maintained the character and many original features. Trading as an established village pub and restaurant, The Hunters Inn has an impressive level of turnover, in excess of £400,000 per anum. Although the owners have not been involved in the day-to-day running of the business for the past 6 years, they have consistently improved and maintained the property, enhancing the pubs character whilst maintaining its features to a high standard throughout.

The Hunters Inn is a traditional country village pub at the heart of village life, with support from local villages and a wider catchment area along with attracting tourists. It also boasts five skittles teams. Most of the business has been built on word of mouth recommendations; more information can be found on the pubís own website

The purchase of the Hunters Inn presents an excellent opportunity to own a character village pub with family sized accommodation. Hands on owners can build on the already solid trade and make their own mark.

Situated in the delightful village of Newton Tracey, in the beautiful North Devon countryside, the property benefits from being just 3 miles from the main North Devon Link Road and central to the three main North Devon towns - Torrington, the coastal town of Bideford, and the regional centre of Barnstaple. It also enjoys easy access to the excellent sandy beaches on the west coast, and to Exmoor.

The accommodation briefly comprises of the Hunters Bar with seating for 20 plus standing room, Stags Bar seating 12 plus standing room, Beagles Bar seating 26, and the Stables dining room/function room/skittles alley which accommodates 60+ covers. The catering kitchen is well equipped and has a walk-in fridge and freezer. The family sized accommodation has 3 bedrooms, a bathroom and a large open plan fitted kitchen/lounge/dining room. Outside there is an extensive car park for 60 vehicles, an attractive trade garden for 42 and, to the front of the car park, seating for 14 customers with countryside views.

For sale on a freehold basis, Stonesmith are looking for offers off a guide price of £450,000. Details are available from the website and viewings arranged by calling 01392 201262

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Thank you Mike and Joan for everything you have done for us in the sale of Wellington Farm. We truly appreciate all of your efforts on our behalf.

Ian Attwell and Alan Candy - Former owners of Wellington Farm B&B and Tea Gardens