Real estate advisor Savills is bringing two Cumbrian inns; The Cross Keys and The Highland Drove, to market for £550,000 and £350,000 respectively.
The Cross Keys Inn is a semi-detached country pub that is fully fitted with a commercial kitchen and holds a late license.
Located in the village of Carleton, the 5,277 sq ft (490 sq m) Grade II listed stone building has benefitted from a modern extension providing a first floor dining area and decked balcony, alongside a bar, restaurant and office. One bedroom owner’s accommodation is also included in the sale.
Located in the village of Great Salkeld, The Highland Drove, provides 6,149 sq ft (571 sq m) of space with a commercial kitchen, dining room, pool and darts area and five double en-suite letting rooms on the first floor.
Tom Cunningham, director at Savills Manchester, said: “We are delighted to have brought these two well respected country pubs to the market for our clients. Both benefit from a strong residential catchment and loyal customer base and we look forward to welcoming new owners to continue to build upon this.”