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SOLD: Bearslake Inn, Dartmoor National Park

SOLD: Bearslake Inn, Dartmoor National Park - 5th March 2018

SOLD: RENOWNED 13TH CENTURY THATCHED DARTMOOR INN AND RESTAURANT WITH 6 HIGH QUALITY EN-SUITE LETTING BEDROOMS

BEARSLAKE INN LAKE, NR SOURTON, DARTMOOR NATIONAL PARK, DEVON, EX20 4HQ
SOLD OFF A FREEHOLD ASKING PRICE OF £995,000

Property specialists Stonesmith are delighted to have completed the freehold sale of Bearslake Inn; a renowned “chocolate box” 13th Century thatched Dartmoor inn and restaurant with 6 high quality en-suite letting bedrooms.

Bearslake Inn is a substantial and attractive thatched character property, which is undoubtedly one of the most photographed inns in the South West. Originally a Devon longhouse with origins dating back to the 13th Century, Bearslake Inn is Grade II Listed and is presented to an exceptionally high standard throughout having been the subject of a fastidious programme of refurbishment.

Bearslake Inn is set in on the north west corner of Dartmoor National Park, adjacent to the A386 Okehampton to Tavistock main road with views to the rear overlooking Dartmoor and with grounds which extend to approximately 1.5 acres.

The Inn is presented to an exceptionally high standard throughout and offered a stunning and iconic landmark business and property with an exceptional 3 bedroom detached owner’s cottage, prominent main road trading position and direct access to Dartmoor National Park. It offers character bar and dining areas, and attractive restaurant, fully equipped commercial catering kitchen and stunning gardens with impressive views. The high quality letting bedrooms attract guests from around the world and Bearslake Inn has received numerous awards and accolades. The business has its own website www.bearslakeinn.com

Bearslake Inn is undoubtedly a very special place to live and work, and new owner, Julian Tarrant-Boyce, is delighted to be the new custodian of this iconic and historic inn and looking forward to welcoming customers old and new to the freehouse.

Director of Stonesmith, Mike Phillips commented:

“We were delighted to be entrusted by Simon and Christine Cross to sell one of the most iconic country inns in the South West on their behalf. We wish the purchaser, Julian Tarrant-Boyce, the very best of luck with his plans for the business, and the sale is further evidence that the freehold pub market is very much alive and well in the South West.”

If you’re thinking of selling or need professional advice, please contact Stonesmith on 01392 201262.

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Thanks for your assistance and perseverance during the sale of the cafe

Jim Hannan - Previous owner Cafe at 36, Exeter