Recently relaunched at a guide price of £250,000, tourist haven the Three Horseshoes in Cenarth is back on the market with regional specialists Colliers International after a sale fell through at the eleventh hour.
Situated in a prominent position on the banks of the River Teifi through Cenarth, the Three Horseshoes is a very attractive free of tie pub on a popular holiday route.
Colliers International hotels director Peter Brunt said as well as hugely characterful bars and restaurant the pub offered an exceptionally large flat for owners.
He said: “The Three Horseshoes occupies an eye catching position astride the A484 to
Cardigan not far from Cenarth Falls.
“The property comes back to the market after a deal quickly agreed last time fell away. Having waited for the buyers to sell successfully their house and raise finance, over Christmas they decided buying a pub was not for them. This was frustrating for our clients but we are confident that this lovely pub will soon find another buyer.
“It’s always been a tourist magnet and renovations by the current owners have given locals a cosy and comfortable space.
“Having thoroughly enjoyed their time at The Three Horseshoes our clients have decided they wish to sell and retire presenting a wonderful opportunity for new owners.
“This is not a pub that you buy solely for its profits but it will provide a lovely family home and business in a remarkably beautiful part of the world.”
The Grade II listed property is thought to date back to the early 19th century and the thatched building to about the mid 18th century.
The attractive bar boasts stripped solid oak floor, exposed beams and stone walls and a most attractive inglenook fireplace. It seats about 26. The adjoining restaurant has similar character and seats about 24. The coffee house seats around 15 and has a small bar servery.
There is also a two-bedroom flat with large bathroom, living room, office, fitted
kitchen / breakfast room and dining room for the owners.
Peter Brunt concluded: “With tourism taking off across the Principality good pubs on key routes are looking a far brighter prospect.”
For further details contact Peter Brunt, Hotels director, Colliers International on Bristol 0117 917 2000.