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13 June 2018 | Pubs

Popular village pub for sale on Wirral Peninsula

Specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has been instructed to sell the Grade II listed Pollards Inn, nestled in the heart of the leafy, affluent village of Willaston on the Wirral Peninsula in Cheshire.

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The quintessential English country inn, a former barn built in 1637, has been lovingly refurbished over the years and comprises a bar, conservatory, and dining areas for up to 68 covers. Pollards Inn boasts a function space for up to 80 guests, ideal for weddings, birthdays and celebrations, named the ‘Room at the Inn.’ The property also offers five well-presented, country style letting bedrooms on the first floor and a one bedroom, self-contained flat for owner’s accommodation.



Additionally, the site benefits from vast outside space which provides a garden area with seating for over 100 covers, a substantial children's play area, a private field for outdoor functions, ideal for the implementation of a marquee, and parking for 38 vehicles.

Located in an easily accessible position just off the main village high street, the Pollards Inn is just a few miles from both bustling Chester and Heswall. The Wirral Peninsula and surrounding areas are popular destinations for shopping, leisure and weekend breaks, drawing a multitude of visitors every year.

Current owner, village resident Jamie Kimpton comments, “Pollards Inn has been an important part of our lives for the past seven years, providing myself and my family with a fine standard of living. It’s with a heavy heart that I am selling in order to pursue other interests, but I do so with the comfort that someone will take Pollards Inn to the next level.”

Tom O’Malley, Senior Agent at Christie & Co’s Manchester office comments, “Pollards Inn is a fantastic pub with an enviable reputation for its dining experience. There is huge potential by increasing the size of its conservatory to provide a further 40 covers and by pushing the function side of the business. As a result of its popular location, we expect to see a good level of interest.”

Christie & Co is seeking an asking price of £165,000 for the leasehold interest with an annual rent of £65,000.