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SOLD: Prince of Wales, Tavistock Road, Princetown

SOLD: Prince of Wales, Tavistock Road, Princetown - 15th October 2018

SUBSTANTIAL CHARACTER DARTMOOR VILLAGE INN SELLS AFTER MULTIPLE OFFERS

THE PRINCE OF WALES, TAVISTOCK ROAD, PRINCETOWN, DEVON, PL20 6QF

Stonesmith are delighted to have sold The Prince of Wales, a substantial and characterful village inn, in the Dartmoor village of Princetown.

The inn is a traditional moorland village inn with origins reputedly dating back to around 1860, occupying a prominent landmark position in the centre of the famous moorland village of Princetown. Dartmoor Prison is located within the village, which has over the years has become one of the most visited tourist haunts in Devon. Princetown is completely surrounded by the rugged beauty of Dartmoor and attracts over 6 million visitors each year.

The Prince of Wales has all the necessary attributes for a successful business with a large Character Bar, separate Restaurant/Function Room. There are also 3 en-suite Letting Bedrooms, an Owners Private Apartment and a popular purpose created bunk house providing high quality budget/hostel type accommodation.

The business was bought by local business men, Jan Hayes & John Burbage, who commented: “We are delighted to be the new proprietors of The Prince. The pub will undergo a complete refurbishment with new menus and daily specials. We look forward to meeting customers old and new for good food and drinks”

Mike Phillips of selling agents Stonesmith said “We anticipated strong interest in The Prince of Wales and we received multiple offers within a month of coming to the market. The terms were swiftly agreed with Jan and John. They have great plans for The Prince and we wish them every success with their latest venture”.

The free of tie leasehold property was sold off an asking price of £99,000. For further information please call Stonesmith on 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