THE Countryman Inn, a characterful thatched pub at Langdon, is on the market for a guide price of £295,000.

The Countryman Inn is a two storey detached property with painted and rendered elevations beneath a thatched roof with additions to the rear.

Situated in Langdon, a rural hamlet, it is approximately five miles north of Launceston. The property fronts B3254 with the surrounding area comprising predominantly rolling countryside with views across the Tamar Valley.

Internally the ground floor comprises a bar servery with a split level trade area, restaurant and function room. The first floor comprises five (en-suite) letting bedrooms, staff room and a self contained flat. The flat comprises two bedrooms, a lounge with kitchenette, office and a bathroom.

Ancillary trade areas include two customer WC’s, staff WC, catering kitchen, beer store and a dry store.

There is an external staircase to the rear of the property which serves as a first floor fire escape.

Externally the property benefits from an enclosed trade terrace, children’s play area, large grassed paddock, car park for circa 30 vehicles and other stores.

The property has a gross internal area of approximately 5,370 square feet and sits on a plot of 2.2 acres.

The current rateable value of the property is assessed at £15,350 and the coronavirus business rates relief applies, meaning business rates are not payable for the 2020/21 tax year.

Charlie Noad, agency surveyor for James A Baker, said: “The Countryman Inn presents an opportunity to acquire the freehold of a destination pub on a large plot in a rural part of North Cornwall. Local and regional licensed operators/restaurateurs as well as local property investors are likely to be interested.”

James A Baker have created a virtual tour, to view the property visit>=1&ts=1

An open viewing will be held tomorrow (Friday, March 5) between 10am and 4pm.

Viewings are strictly by appointment only. To book a slot contact Charlie on 07780 599698 or [email protected]